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Financial Settlement

On Marriage Breakup

Spouses and former spouses are entitled to apply to the Court for a range of financial orders in relation to their marriage otherwise known as 'ancillary relief'.

The Court

The Court has statutory based powers to make an Order to achieve a fair distribution of the parties resources.

Financial Claims

You may be entitled to make a claim for any or all of the following:

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Financial Disclosure

Both parties should make full financial disclosure with supporting documentary evidence.

Dividing the Assets

Consent Orders

In many cases the parties are able to reach a financial settlement through negotiation, and a Consent Order is obtained from the Court.

Court Proceedings

Some parties commence proceedings to provide a structure and timescale whilst negotiating financial settlement.

Where agreement cannot be reached financial proceedings are commencement and the Court will determine the outcome having regard to their Statutory Powers.

Take the Next Step

Take the next step call and book your appointment. We can offer you an initial fixed fee appointment, which is a great opportunity for you to discuss your concerns.

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