Financial remedy proceedings specialists
A Financial Remedy is also know as Ancillary Relief. Your finances are often difficult to look at objectively when there are emotions attached to the circumstances you are trying so hard to resolve. You have built a life with someone, which has meant that you’ve invested time, effort and money into it.
Your solicitor at the Worcester Family Law Practice will take this into consideration, but they will also need you to take into consideration that they need you on their side as much as you need them on yours.
What do we mean by this?
Well, for starters, there is probably a lot more to consider than you would have originally anticipated. Pensions, savings, and money tied up in property are all things that need to go into the pot for evaluation. We need to be adequately informed in order to implement a remedy for the financial situation between you and your ex-partner. We, therefore, cannot stress enough about how important it is for us to obtain a full financial disclosure from you.
This would require you to disclose your personal finances along with what you shared with your ex. This way, your solicitor is better equipped to ensure that however you may have invested your money, your assets are divided fairly, your personal entitlement is protected and all of this is achieved in accordance with the law.
Our team of solicitors will help you settle your financial disputes to hopefully reach a financial settlement
We will provide you with the best possible advice to facilitate a reasonable financial settlement with your ex-spouse, making sure you are fully prepared for all possible outcomes, but doing our best to secure the outcome that you need.
We will guide you through those difficult decisions and advise you every step of the way.
At the Worcester Family Law Practice, we will do our very best to settle your financial disputes outside of court where a stranger is deciding the fate of your livelihood.
This is why we will do what we can to resolve the matter ourselves through fair proposals, negotiation, and compromise.
Sometimes, however, going to court cannot be avoided, and, if it comes down to it, we will represent you in the best possible way, trusting that you have equipped us with all the information we need in order to do this effectively.