Advice on managing

Divorce Finances


When a couple divorce, whether amicably or not, there are often real concerns about what the financial outcome of the split will be. Our clients worry about keeping the family home, how much money they’ll have to live on, children’s schooling and the role of pensions and investments.

There is also the issue that for the majority of long marriages there may have been one wealth planner, one accountant, one banking relationship and so on. A fresh start might be necessary and arguably any existing professional advisors would be conflicted if they wish to try to remain working with both parties going through a divorce.

This is why we work with specialist divorce Financial Advisors who bring a better understanding of all these issues and extensive knowledge and experience in how to calculate and separate couples’ finances. Our joint objective will be to minimise your uncertainty and emotional turmoil whilst securing a fair financial outcome to enable you to start a new chapter in your life.

In addition we offer more practical financial lifestyle management services – such as research, renewals and purchasing of insurance, utilities, mobile phone contracts etc.

The nice thing about teamwork is that you always have others on your side.

– Margaret Carty