Duncan Lewis Divorce Solicitors – Finances and Property
Section 25 of the Matrimonial Causes Act 1973 sets out all the various factors taken into account when assets are separated after divorce or when dissolving a civil partnership, which are referred to as Section 25 factors.
These might include:
- Income from partnerships
- International assets
- Investments and shares
- Pensions in Divorce and Separation
- Property (including second homes)
Duncan Lewis offers expert legal advice on divorce, separation or civil partnership finances when a couple decided to end their relationship and live apart – including financial advice relating to:
- Clean Break Agreements
- Court Orders (lump sums, maintenance, pensions & property transfer)
- Finances and Children
- Separation Agreements (Deed of Separation)
- Wills and trusts.
Duncan Lewis can also advise on divorce or separation financial matters involving:
- Extended or alternative family members
- High net worth individuals
- International divorce/Islamic divorce
- International divorce and jurisdictional problems.
Duncan Lewis also has successful departments covering immigration law, housing and property, child care and litigation, with in-house legal experts able to advise on finances and property divorce matters.
Duncan Lewis Divorce Solicitors – Fixed Fees – Finances and Property in Divorce
Duncan Lewis offers fixed fees for legal advice on finances and property in divorce, separation or dissolution of a civil partnership, with a fixed fee for an initial client meeting to discuss a divorce finances and property matter.
It is then usually possible to offer a further fixed fee arrangement and clients will be advised of fees in advance, including fixed fees for Family Mediation if required.
For expert legal advice on Finances and Property in divorce, call Duncan Lewis divorce solicitors on 020 7923 4020.