Financial Advice for Divorce
Divorce is already an overwhelming process without the number of financial issues it brings. To ensure your divorce goes as smoothly as it can and for the sake of your financial security, it’s important that you combat these issues as efficiently as possible.
What financial issues can divorce cause?
A couple’s assets need to be distributed in an equitable way once their marriage ends, which can be a complicated process to navigate. You and your ex-partner need to work out solutions to issues that could affect multiple aspects of your lives.
Some examples of areas that may be affected by divorce are:
- Business assets
- Child support
How can Morecrofts help with divorce and finance?
It’s important that you seek legal help for financial issues in order to get the best outcome for you and your family. Due to the multiple complex areas that can cause issues, it is vital that you seek legal guidance.
Morecrofts’ expert Family Law solicitors have a proven track record in securing appropriate financial provision for our clients and their families. We work to ensure that your financial arrangements are practical, sustainable and understandable. We can assure you that with our help, the outcome of your situation will be in the best interest of your family – especially if children are involved.
We understand that legal fees can be daunting, which is why we offer fixed-fee legal packages alongside our traditional fee system to help you afford the best quality service possible. We will also assess whether you are eligible for Legal Aid. If you require Legal Aid immediately, we can grant it if necessary.
Talk to our Family Law solicitors
If you’d like to discuss the financial issues your divorce is causing, our team is here to help. Our family lawyers are experienced in divorce, dissolution of marriage, mediation and more, so you’re in safe hands. To talk to one of our Family Law solicitors, get in touch with us by calling 0151 236 8871, emailing us at email@example.com or filling out our contact form.