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There are several routes you can go down if you want to transfer property to family members. The types of transfer you can do and the different taxes you might have to pay all depend on a variety of things. This article explains the main options available to you, the positives as well as the risks attached to them.
Financial settlements are often a large part of the divorce process. They can also be a confusing part because they can continue even after you have legally divorced – sometimes a long time after. Therefore, it’s important to know how to secure your financial rights and stop financial claims in the future from your ex-spouse.
Applying for a divorce can be a difficult decision to make, especially if you’re not sure your partner will sign your petition. Crucially though, you do not need your partner’s consent to get a divorce. Although it may be a long process if your partner doesn’t comply, they will not be able to stop you indefinitely.
When going through the court process to get a divorce, you will come across these two decrees. They are the necessary court orders which will legally end your marriage. These are a Decree Nisi and a Decree Absolute.
If you’re looking to remove or add a name to the deeds of your property, or ‘buy out’ an ex-partner, you’ll need a transfer of equity. Here are a few different reasons you might need a transfer of equity, how you can go about getting the process started, and what you need to do.
During a divorce or dissolution of a civil partnership, finances often play a big role. After property, pensions may be your most valuable asset. They will most likely come into any financial settlement you and your former partner reach.
Spousal maintenance is designed to help support people who may need help after a divorce, but what exactly does that mean for you?
Here at The Law Superstore, we know that when you’re getting divorced, what happens to the marital home can be a big worry. We’re here to guide you through this process by providing you with the perfect solicitor to meet your needs. Our job is to make things a little easier in a process that is never a walk in the park.
Deciding to divorce can be difficult. Legal jargon only complicates it further. When it comes to divorce papers and understanding what to do next, it’s important not to get overwhelmed. It can be unclear what you need to do next, and who the paperwork refers to, so we have broken it down to make it simple.