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One of the most worrying aspects of divorce is reaching a financial settlement and the protection of assets and income.
When divorce proceedings are issued, it is necessary to try and reach a financial settlement. It is important to keep all of your financial documents, such as payslips, bank statements and credit card statements, mortgage statements and pension statements. The reason for this is so that your Solicitor can give you full advice about an appropriate settlement, there will need to be an exchange of financial disclosure.
This exchange of financial disclosure will be necessary during the course of negotiations, Court proceedings or mediation.
There are three main ways to reach a financial settlement which our team has extensive experience with. At GoodyBurrett we will walk you through all the options to find which one is best for you and your situation.
Solicitor, Family Department, Colchester
Susan qualified in 1990. Since then, she has specialised in private Family Law, including all aspects of pre- and post-nuptial settlements, divorce and separation. Sue carries out most of the work herself, including advocacy. Each relationship is unique and therefore requires a sensible and creative, tailored approach. As a member of Resolution and trained Mediator, Susan is well-qualified to help.
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