A London based family law team to help find a resolution to your dispute.
Financial settlements after separation, divorce or civil partnership dissolution can often be agreed amicably. If that’s not the case, then our experienced divorce lawyers based in London can help protect your financial security and, where necessary, guide you through the court process.
Why choose Hodge Jones & Allen?
Our Money and Property Disputes team are experienced in financial and property disputes involving both married and unmarried couples, and can handle financial disclosure, negotiation and, where necessary, litigation, in order to ensure the best possible results.
- We fight for what’s right, it’s built into our DNA.
- We’ll give you honest, clear and straightforward advice.
- Our money and property law team maintain the utmost sensitivity and privacy.
- We truly care and want to help.
- We’ll be right by your side throughout.
Our experienced Money and Property law team will sensitively handle your enquiry. Fill out our short enquiry form and we will be in touch.
Money and property disputes
We can help you resolve future financial arrangements and advise you on:
- Child maintenance and the Child Support Agency
- Any division of property
- Spousal maintenance
- Pension valuation and sharing
- Enforcing or varying existing financial Court Orders
We are experienced in financial and property disputes involving both married and unmarried couples, and can handle financial disclosure, negotiation and, where necessary, litigation, in order to ensure the best possible results.
Financial remedies on divorce and civil partnership dissolution
There are many issues to be resolved on divorce or separation including property, maintenance, pension provision, support for children, school fees etc.
We offer a range of services to assist couples with reaching agreement including mediation, collaborative law, and legal advice and representation. We are experienced in considering and scrutinising financial information and in conducting all varieties of negotiation.
If such settlement proves impossible it will be necessary to invoke the court process, for which you will need expert legal advice and representation. Various members of our team are specialists in this area and we have been involved in some of the more complex and high-profile cases over the past few years, enabling us to offer the highest quality of service.
There are a number of different funding options – please take a look at our ‘Costs’ section to find out more.
Disputes between unmarried partners
Many unmarried partners on separation need to deal with jointly-owned property, resolve their interest in properties to which they have contributed, and settle the financial arrangements for children.
If the property is owned in joint names, it is presumed that each owner is entitled to 50% of the money released on a sale. However, sometimes other considerations mean that the position will not be so simple. If the property is in your partner’s name, but you have contributed towards the deposit and mortgage, you may be entitled to a share in the property. Whatever the situation, it is important to get specialist advice from a solicitor as soon as you can.