Financial Arrangements

Our family law solicitors are highly experienced and can assist you in relation to any matrimonial financial resolution. We are able to deal with complex financial matters or simple clean break orders for you.

When it comes to a divorce it is highly recommended that the financial matters are concluded by way of a financial order. Without having the financial agreement in an order then there is a real risk that the claims will not be formally concluded. This could lead to proceedings at a point in the future and could even involve claims to subsequent assets that have been acquired. It is imperative that they are addressed as soon as possible and concluded in the proper format. We can assist you in concluding financial matters for you to avoid any problems in the future.

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We will make our best endeavours to resolve the financial matters without the need to pursue conventional contested court proceedings which will no doubt be lengthy and expensive. There are number of options available to resolve the financial issues such as mediation and collaborative law, arbitration or court proceedings. In the event that court proceedings are necessary then we will guide and support you through the process.

We can help to you to seek the best resolution for you in relation to important and significant assets such as the family home, other properties, lump sums, pensions and child or spousal maintenance amongst others. We can help you through the most suitable process for you in order to help reach the most suitable outcome in your individual circumstances. We also work closely with our other teams such as property and inheritance protection so to provide a complete service.

For more information on how we can help support you come to a matrimonial financial resolution, please contact one of our family specialists in our Newbury, Thatcham or Maidenhead offices below.

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