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Financial Arrangements
  1. Financial Arrangements

    We have specialist expertise in dealing with the financial repercussions of divorce.  Care is taken to approach cases in a constructive way, to minimise acrimony.

    Our aim is to help clients reach an agreement that provides a workable financial solution to best meet their needs.  The court can make different types of financial orders:

    • Periodical payments (often called maintenance)
    • Lump Sum
    • Property Adjustment
    • Pension Sharing or Earmarking

    We will advise you which combination of those orders would best resolve your individual situation.  Where appropriate, we will suggest mediation or collaborative law as more family-friendly options to help clients reach that agreement.

    Sadly it is not always possible to reach an agreement.  When this occurs we use our very considerable litigation experience to good effect in court.


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