Dividing money and assets
In divorce or dissolution, the pension can be the biggest asset after the family home. You can split pensions several ways, so it’s worth understanding the options before deciding what’s best for you.
Investments and savings will generally form part of your financial settlement on divorce or dissolution. Dividing them should be relatively straightforward if you can negotiate with each other. Find out what you can do.
Dividing investments and savings should be relatively straightforward if you’re not married or in a civil partnership when you separate. You may be able to claim back your contributions to them in some circumstances. Find out what you can do.
Sorting out or valuing a family business during divorce or dissolution can be complicated. But the more you can agree, the less it is likely to cost you. How a business is taken into account when you separate will depend on a number of factors. Find out where to start and what the options are.
If you and your ex-partner were neither married nor in a civil partnership, but have been running a family business together or have shared business interests, you may be able to claim a share in their value. Find out the options available.