Divorce Financial Settlement Solicitors

Reaching financial agreement, swiftly and accurately

Financial Settlement Lawyers

The divorce process itself is not complicated but reaching a financial settlement that is right for you, your family and your future is so important.  Any shared assets and financial matters, including any property and pensions need to be separated and a financial settlement reached.

We can guide you through the division of assets and help you to achieve a successful settlement that works for you and everyone involved.  Call our divorce financial settlement solicitors now on 0330 024 0333 or contact us online and we can reach out to you.

Settling finances for your needs and aims

A financial settlement is a legally binding decision on how you and your partner will divide your assets and wealth when your marriage or civil partnership ends. This can include everything from trusts, pensions and property portfolios, to shares, bitcoin and international assets.

With so much to consider, you need the best legal expertise, combined with a forensic approach to finances, on your side. Our technically-astute financial settlement lawyers have decades of know-how to reveal the true position of assets and income. They also bring a new perspective and energy to seemingly intractable disputes.

Going to court isn’t necessarily needed to reach a settlement. Our trained mediators and negotiators can help you get a rapid resolution. But if the answer lies only in court, you can have every confidence in us to represent your cause with confidence and determination.

Why choose Shakespeare Martineau?

With our sharpened commercial focus and eye for financial detail, we’re able to secure the right settlement result for you with confidence. There are plenty of reasons to choose us as your financial settlement solicitors:

We help divorcing and separating couples to achieve prompt and accurate financial settlement, including agreements over lump sums, child maintenance and property allocation.

We also support people with high-value, complicated matrimonial claims and disputes at the time of separation or even long after a relationship has ended.

Our successful approach takes account of family dynamics as well as the balance sheet. We tactically work to your benefit to protect or acquire wealth and fast-track settlements so that you have what is rightfully yours, and swiftly.

This is not the place for one-size-fits-all approaches as financial settlements are highly individual. Guided by your goals, we take a forensic look at your finances and lifestyle, applying our understanding of the impact of all aspects such as inherited wealth and overseas assets. If needed, we can draw on further expertise held in-house and through our close ties internationally.

Our deep knowledge of financial structures means we never shy away from what can be done, whether that’s ring-fencing non-marital wealth or freezing offshore assets.

To help you pay for the financial clean break you need, our financial settlement lawyers can tell you about any suitable third-party funding arrangements.

Divorce Financial Settlement FAQs

We've put together a short list of commonly asked questions to help you understand more about achieving a financial settlement that's right for you and everyone involved.

A settlement can be negotiated between the parties, with the assistance of their solicitors, without the need to go to court. It is advisable to have it formalised via a financial order so that it severs financial ties between the two parties.

Your journey through the legal process

We’ve streamlined the onboarding process when enlisting us as your financial settlement solicitors, ensuring that we get to the root of any issues immediately. To give you absolute clarity, the steps involved are outlined below:

  1. The first stage is to get in touch with us using button below – you will then be assigned to one of our financial settlement specialists. Alternatively, you can reach us on 0330 024 0333.

  2. We reach out to you within an hour to discuss your organisation’s current approach to compliance and advise on how we can support you.

  3. You are then provided with a transparent breakdown of our costs and, if you would like to proceed, we send you a pack of onboarding documents.

  4. Following this, we work closely with you and your employees to ensure your business is fully compliant with all relevant standards.