Divorce Mediation and Consent Order

Divorce Mediation Consent Order

Our Divorce Mediation Consent Order Service is here to help couples who need independent advice regarding their financial commitments.

We will process the divorce and consent order through the courts for you, as well as providing mediation to help with those important decisions.

Through this service, our negotiators understand the importance of ensuring that all finances are properly declared, assessed and settled between both parties.  Our negotiators have vast experience in managed divorce, and so can assist in the decision making when dividing complex assets.

This could include a range of assets including:-

  • large pensions
  • investments
  • inheritance and trusts
  • businesses
  • multiple properties
  • overseas properties

It’s  important to use a trusted and trained professional who has skill and experience in dealing with financial settlements of this complexity.

Whats included

  • Consultations as and when you require
  • Direct contact with us from 9am to 9pm seven days a week
  • Talking through the divorce with you both and best grounds without upsetting one party
  • Disclosing of your assets and how best we can acheive a settlement which works for you both
  • Looking at pension sharing or offsetting
  • How best to deal with the marital home now or in the future
  • Caring for the children
  • Parenting plans
  • Preparation of all forms for divorce
  • Negotiating the settlement
  • Drafting the settlement for filing at court
  • Finally dissolving the marriage

Here is a selection of links to sites that offer some further advice to help you make the decisions ahead of you.  Companies that we continue to work closely with and offer an excellent service.

https://www.gov.uk/money-property-when-relationship-ends

http://www.piercefieldoliver.com/

http://www.pennymatters.co.uk/wills.php

Divorce Mediation and Consent Order was last modified: December 4th, 2019 by John Fuller

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