Top 10 tips for a more amicable divorce
Going through a divorce can be an extremely lengthy, emotional and distressing process, particularly if parties disagree on how the divorce proceedings should look.
There will be early consideration as to what capital assets are involved and issues around such as available income and how such need to be addressed. For example, the payment of maintenance from one party to the other be it on an interim basis whilst your case is being resolved or for longer term.
Our team regularly work with other specialist team members within Tilly Bailey & Irvine who provide advice in relation to such as corporate, commercial, trust and probate work.
Our team members are experienced in addressing more complex issues involving business and land enterprises as well as where there are significant pension funds.
Further, our specialists in property transactions can help be it in relation to transfers of property interests, sales, or purchases. This then provides a seamless service for our clients being able to offer such advice within one firm.
We also work with trusted third parties outside of the firm, e.g., accountants and financial advisers as well as mediators. This enhances the bespoke and first-class service our team (and the firm) prides itself in offering to clients.
Our specialist team members can work with you to identify practical solutions and to deliver clear, cost-effective legal advice as we have various levels of team members to deal with your requirements. This is particularly important as the courts expect that an alternative dispute resolution is considered before a court-based approach is embarked upon.
To speak to a member of our Private Family Law Team, give us a call today, or fill in our online enquiry form and a member of the team will be in touch.Call: 01740 646000
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