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Divorce and finances

Important information - the value of investments can go down as well as up so you may get back less than you invest.

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Finding a way forward

If you’re reading this, then chances are you’ve had to make some very tough decisions recently.

Although nothing about divorce or dissolving a civil partnership is easy, one of the hardest parts is getting to grips with your finances - particularly as they become so entwined over time. It can all seem a bit daunting.

After seeking legal advice to understand how you may be affected and what your rights are, we hope this guide on what could come up during and after the process will help.

This guide does not cover unmarried couples. Living together does not give the same legal rights as being married or in a civil partnership.

What to consider financially

From separation to divorce

Learn more about some of the financial topics you and your legal adviser might explore.

After divorce

What you can do to set up your financial future.

How our financial advisers can help

Following your divorce you might be left with plenty of questions around organising your financial future. You may have received a large lump sum and/or rights to part of your ex-partner's pension. Or you might need advice on rebuilding your pension pot.

That's where our financial advisers can help. They'll spend time getting to know you, your circumstances and your goals, before coming up with a personal recommendation to help you make the most of your money.

So if you have a minimum of £100,000 to invest for the long term and would like a free, no-obligation chat about how we can help, call us on 0800 222 550. You can also request a call back for a time that suits you.

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