Sammi Dutschke talks about matters involving property settlement following a divorce or separation.
After separating from a spouse, you need to try to reach a property settlement. This is about determining how any jointly owned property will be distributed. For example, you might have owned a house or some shares together.
There are many factors that can influence property settlement after divorce or separation. Examples include the nature of the property, how you gained it, and how you contributed to it. You will need to have these details available during the property settlement process. So, it can take some time to prepare.
If you need help with a property settlement matter, you can speak with a solicitor. A solicitor can help protect your interests so that you can achieve a positive outcome from a settlement.
To arrange a free initial phone consultation with Brooke Winter Solicitors, get in touch. We have experienced family law experts who can help you understand your options.