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If you have not reached an agreement with your spouse/partner, Kew Law can assist you in the following ways…
When a relationship breaks down, you and your spouse/partner will no doubt have discussions with regard to dividing the matrimonial assets. In order to assist you in these discussions, it is important that you know your legal rights and Kew Law can assist you by offering you a fixed fee interview. During that meeting we can discuss and advise you of the options available to you. You may find this a useful information gathering exercise that will assist you in negotiations and discussions with your spouse/partner.
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Whenever possible we will attempt to negotiate a financial settlement between the parties. In you are unable to agree with your partner how the marital assets should be divided, then the Court has unlimited discretion to determine this.
Contact us or call our mobile friendly number 033 33 22 1000 or 0800 987 8156 to book an initial consultation with our Family Law Solicitor.
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