The law relating to financial provision and division of assets on divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership is notoriously vague. The objective is to achieve an outcome which is ‘fair’ in all the circumstances, but of course everyone has their own idea of what is fair in any given case. Most of the guidelines and principles laid down by the higher courts relate to so called ‘big money’ cases and have limited relevance to the majority of cases involving people with average means.
We can assist with:
We also handle cases of financial provision for children, usually of unmarried couples, under the Children Act 1989, which can include provision for the primary carer.
Contact our specialist Family Law Solicitors for a free initial discussion.