Dealing with matters involving The Family Court is stressful.
At Precision, we understand that the breakdown of your family can be one of the most traumatic and confusing times of your life. The process is often unclear, the requests for information can be overwhelming, and the pressure to resolve the matters can become all-consuming.
Working out how to divide all your assets after a relationship breakdown can be difficult. Usually, after separation, it is customary that your property is shared; however, the way that it is shared will depend on your circumstances. Your property includes all assets and debts owned by both people, whether it is in both names, or just one person’s name. Property may include:
- The family home;
- Bank accounts;
- Investments such as shares or Real Estate;
- Family trusts;
- Personal assets, such as vehicles and jewellery.
- Debts including mortgages, loans, credit cards and personal debts
It is important to us that you feel informed, involved, and supported during all aspects of this difficult process.
While our Team are not Family Law Solicitors, we understand that our primary responsibilities to help our clients through this period is twofold.
First, we assist you in gathering the financial information that will be required from you throughout the process in an expedient manner. We know what is needed and we know how to compile and present it;
Second, we make sure that your legal team has a clear understanding of your business or organisational structure through every stage of their representation and engagement with you. A business is not static. It has many moving parts that often evolve. What was the business structure on the first day may not be the same as it is now. We know how to decipher and explain your business structure as things progress. Often this critical aspect is not understood, and judgements made without a clear comprehension of how your affairs may be structured.
It is important to us that you feel informed, involved, and supported during all aspects of this challenging process. We are here to help you and your legal Team in your matter in a prompt, constructive and straightforward style. We don’t sugar coat it, and we Tell it like it is.
If you are required to complete a property settlement or are dealing with the often complicated and stressful requests for information as required by The Family court, don’t hesitate, Join the conversation… and let us help you.