When divorce is on the horizon, I’ll help give you the guidance to move forward with your life, both personally and financially.
I love to see how empowered my clients can become when they’re provided with skilled support and advice, and I’m always on your side, seeking the best possible outcome. I understand what you’re going through, but I’ll make sure I offer real, actionable advice and put things into perspective for you.
I’m an expert in dealing with complex and high value matters, particularly involving business assets, and I can also advise on protecting your wealth upon marriage with pre- or post-nuptial settlements.
My personal passion is my family – in particular my young daughter, who I try and be a positive role model for.
Make sure you put all of your financial records in good order. They’ll need to be produced as part of the divorce process and the more you help your solicitor, the more it keeps the costs down.
You get what you pay for, so hire the best solicitor, accountant and independent financial advisors you can afford to ensure you get sound advice.
Keep things in perspective. It’s a horrible process, but you’ll have the rest of your life ahead at the end. This too will pass!
How long will it take?
It depends on the case, but as a general rule, most court proceedings take a minimum of 4–6 months to resolve. If it’s highly contentious and has to progress to a final hearing, the average is 6–12 months.
How much it will cost?
This depends on the process and nature of your dispute, but we take great care to estimate costs and work out a plan to make sure you’re in financial control of your case.
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