Divorce and Finances

Divorce and separation is an emotionally challenging time, which in turn means that financial decision making is even more difficult. Engaging an Independent Financial Adviser can help you to make the right decisions and better manage your financial future.

Pensions, maintenance payments, post divorce income and how to invest any assets following a settlement are all issues which need to be considered.  For many people, obtaining legal advice is a natural step, but engaging a Resolution Accredited Financial Adviser is equally important when it comes to settling your financial affairs.

Our team of qualified advisers are experienced in collaborating with legal professionals and will work with your solicitor to  help you through the process of separating assets as part of your divorce process. Our aim is always to find mutually agreeable resolutions where we can, in our experience collaborative divorces can benefit you both financially and help to lessen your stress. After property,  for a significant number of people, settling pension arrangements is the biggest financial challenge to come out of divorce.  Where and how to invest any funds as a result of settlement can be equally as challenging, particularly where you may have dependants.

Being independent, we can access the whole of the market to help you find the right investment solution to meet your medium and long terms goals.

Professional financial  advice is most effective when sought as early as possible. Our team can work alongside you and your legal team to identify if and how we can help. By identifying issues early in the process we can support you in finding an efficient and effective financial  solution, at a time when you need support the most. 

To find out more about how Resolution Accredited Advisers can help you navigate through the financial  maze following separation and divorce, speak to our team.
To arrange a meeting or find out more about Financial planning, call our team on 0330 058 6559
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