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A common aspect of divorces and separations is the division of finances. These negotiations can often lead to disputes that can become protracted and acrimonious if not dealt with professionally and carefully.
Legal advice caters for issues such as the ownership of the family home, what, if any, maintenance should be paid between parties and what each party should receive from the family assets. Child maintenance is also covered, deciding what level of maintenance is required from either party. This area of the law is incredibly complex and the differing interpretations of the law by the courts means that careful navigation is required.
At Goodwins Family Law Solicitors, we understand that no two cases are the same and, as such, we will work to tailor a service to you. Using all our expertise and experience, we will provide you with the best possible advice with the aim of achieving the most satisfactory outcome possible.
Offering no-obligation, fixed fee consultations coupled with informative, sensitive and professional advice, our team of specialists will work closely with you from the very beginning.
Before contacting us, you can find a detailed financial guide in our advice centre to help you better understand the divorce settlement process, and what you might expect when moving forward with Goodwins.
We’re trusted members of the Law Society, with an excellent reputation, so you can be sure you’re in the safest of hands when you use Goodwins Family Law Solicitors.
If you would like to know more about our service regarding financial issues and divorce finances, get in touch with our office in Harrow, London today and we will be more than happy to help you.
Goodwins has been providing its financial settlements service since 1993.
Yes, you will be assigned a specialist who deals with financial settlements.
Yes, we offer fixed fee consultations where we will give advice on how to proceed with your case, highlighting all options available to you and the costs involved.
Yes, we will deal with your enquiry with the utmost professionalism and sensitivity, ensuring that everything is kept confidential.
Your solicitor can be contacted via phone or email. We also offer video calls. Alternatively, you can visit your solicitor at our office.
Our office is located in Middlesex and is available to visit Monday-Friday 9am-5:30pm.
A financial settlement is an agreement on the division of assets and financial obligations during a divorce.
A financial settlement can be reached either before or after the divorce has been officially finalised.
Watch our video to gain an insight into the inner workings of Goodwins Family Law Solicitors and how we can help you.
Consistency, quality and sensitivity are the key elements of our approach to each and every case. Our expert team will deal with your situation with the utmost professionalism and sensitivity, whilst striving to reach the best possible outcome.
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