Why are we different?
Far too often, particularly where there has been a long marriage and a financial 'marital pot' comprising homes, pensions, savings and investments with other assets of some significance, delays in divorce are not associated for the desire to separate, but dealing with the implications of arranging a financial settlement.
We believe that we have the experience and track record to deliver fair financial settlements to all parties. It reduces the stress and emotion, speeds up the process and above all, it reduces costs.
Our Promise to You
- Effect client engagement processes immediately – no costs will be incurred by you and we will not request any fees on account
- Within 2 weeks of appointment – we will assess the ‘Marital Pot’ and share the results of our work with you – There will be no cost to you for this work
- We will provide CLEAR advice on the basis of the Marital Pot of what you are likely to be entitled too – if you believe this to too low, we will discuss this with you and aim to seek agreement. As part of this process, we will agree your ‘red lines’
- If business assets are involved, we will provide you with an evaluation of the likely values to be used for the purposes of settlement – again there are no charges for this work
- If you proceed to issuing proceedings, all of the costs, including court fees, legal counsel, forensic accounting work, negotiations and reaching a settlement will be borne by us – whether this takes one month or three years or more
Reducing Emotional Stress
We are in the business of reaching settlements that are fair – enabling both parties to move on with their lives and reduce the emotional stress of divorce and separation
We may not accept you as a client If we believe you are not being fair and don’t want a fair-result – we are in the business of providing equitable settlements and we will challenge you if we believe your expectations are unreasonable.
We are not in the business of charging hours on the clock and invoicing your accordingly – irrespective if we are making no progress in your desire to seek divorce.