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Reorganising your Finances

When members of a married couple go their separate ways they will experience considerable change in every aspect of their lives. This is never more evident than on the issue of financial matters.

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After a divorce there is an element of a fresh start and that will always include new financial arrangements.

It may be that you need to raise funds to buy out your husband or wife’s share in the family home or that you need to get back on the property ladder yourself for the first time in many years. It may be that you will require advice on the selection of the right kind of mortgage for you, particularly if it has been some time since you last went through that process. You may need to make important decisions regarding your investment portfolio or in the best way to deal with a lump sum settlement that you have received. There may be a pension or business assets to be taken into account [See 'Relationship Breakdown and Business']. It might also be that you have formed a new relationship and need to ensure that the financial aspects of that relationship start on the right legal and financial basis.

There may be financial arrangements for the children that have an impact on you and you may need to know the best way to protect your position and theirs in respect of any payments that are going to be made.

In all of these circumstances Shacklocks have the appropriate expertise and experience to enable us to work with you on a new financial plan to take into account your new circumstances.

Who do I Contact?

Marcella Kilbane, Solicitor, Family Marcella Kilbane

Solicitor, Family

Tel: 01773 822333
Email: marcellak@shacklocks.co.uk

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Ben Stubbins, Partner, Family Ben Stubbins

Partner, Family

Tel: 01773 822333
Email: bens@shacklocks.co.uk

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