Divorce Coping Tip for 19th October 2018

Before you enter the meeting with your solicitor to discuss financial matters, I advise you to be better prepared than a high ranking Boy Scout.

The less work your legal team have to do, the more money you’ll be able to hold onto, so go in armed with as much as you can from the following list.

  • An up to date valuation of your property
  • current mortgage status
  • valuations on any other assets
  • CETV values of pensions
  • your most recent P60 and 4+ payslips
  • self-employed folks will need to bring their books for the past 2 years
  • a valuation of the business from your accountant
  • 12 months bank/building society statements
  • the surrender value of endowments
  • your last tax return
  • details of shares held
  • credit card statements
  • outstanding loan details
  • and finally, in as much detail as you can provide, your income requirements.

This bit is undoubtedly the most mentally taxing segment of your divorce and the sooner you tick all these irritations off the list, the better; good luck with it all.

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