While you are together is the best time to sort out what you would do with property or children in the event of separation.
We can prepare a financial agreement that sets out how you would divide property in the event of a separation. This allows you to ensure that property you own before you got together is taken into account and/or that contributions you make to the property of your partner is also recognised.
Separation is one of life’s most stressful events – remove some of the stress by having a binding agreement about division of property upon separation.
A word from Nardine
I’ve been in practice for 20 years, and since 2009, I have been a sole practitioner with a very busy practice. I started looking for ways to get as much done in the shortest time possible, and realised that the best way to do this, was to have my clients do as much as possible themselves to manage and run their case. This worked well for me as it gave me more time, but it also had the benefit that the client’s legal fees became greatly reduced because they weren’t paying me to do something they could do themselves.
The other advantage you will gain using my services, is that I have been where you are. I have experienced separation with young children and property to sort out. Separation is one of life’s most stressful experiences, and at this time of your life you need a lawyer who understands what you are going through, and who doesn’t charge you the earth.
You also deserve a lawyer who is treats you with sympathy and respects your life choices.