Pre-nuptial and co-habitation agreements
It seems unromantic to mention a pre-nuptial or co-habitation agreements when making a proposal of marriage or asking your partner to move in with you!
However, if you do not take such precautionary steps then your business, property, pension and inherited assets could well be at risk in the event of relationship breakdown and divorce.
A pre-nuptial or co-habitation agreement is influential in assessing the division of assets and income on divorce or separation.
Separation and divorce
Woodfords Solicitors helps families throughout Fulham, Chelsea, Putney and Hammersmith work through relationship breakdown and achieve a lasting financial settlement.
Whether you require a formal separation, divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership, such matrimonial problems are emotionally difficult enough without the added stress and strain that legal proceedings can cause.
We specialise in complex divorces between high-net-worth couples where matrimonial assets include business interests, properties, inherited assets and significant pension arrangements.
It is important for you, particularly if you envisage that your divorce will be confrontational, to find a specialist matrimonial solicitor, such as Woodfords, who will fight for your best interests, whilst being approachable and whose advice you understand.
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You will need to have absolute confidence in us as you share the details of your relationship breakdown and work towards securing your future settlement.
We are happy to have an initial meeting, without charge, for you to decide whether we meet your requirements and if you are comfortable for us to handle your affairs. Where possible, we will endeavour to provide a fixed price quotation for our services.
If you would like to see if we are right for you, then please contact Rajan Berry on 0207 731 0750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .