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Do you need legal advice regarding financial arrangements following your separation or divorce?
Financial disputes most commonly arise among couples who are separating or divorcing. Negotiating such disputes can be exceptionally challenging and stressful.
At Elite Law, our goal is to help you decide how to divide the financial resources available in a way that enables you to get on with your life with as little disruption as possible. When you instruct us, we will sit down with, and find out what you want to achieve. We will then establish whether your aims are reasonable and begin discussions with the other side. We examine:
- The family home — How is it to be dealt with? Should it be sold or transferred to one party?
- Income — This may involve looking at how income can be boosted through maximising benefits such as working tax credits and child support entitlements.
- Pensions — Sometimes a pension is worth more than the family home so its value should always be ascertained. If you have given up work to look after children, and you have a reduced pension as a result, it is important to take this into account.
We have a wealth of experience in resolving a wide range of financial disputes. We are accredited by Resolution as specialising in financial remedy proceedings advocacy and are also accredited by the Law Society as members of their Family Law Panel. This demonstrates our knowledge, skill and expertise in this area of law.
We act for clients in Amersham, Chesham, Holmer Green, Hazlemere, Widmer End, Great Kingshill, High Wycombe, Rickmansworth, Beaconsfield, Chalfont St Peter, Gerrards Cross and throughout Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.
Call 0800 086 2929, email email@example.com or complete our Free Online Enquiry Form to arrange a free, no-obligation discussion and let one of our accredited solicitors explain your legal rights and options.