Separating can put a lot of strain on everyone involved, including from a financial perspective, and it is not uncommon for people to decide to put off decisions about how to split up any assets from a relationship until a later date. Whilst this may sometimes seem like a sensible decision in the short-term it is important to understand that in the vast majority of cases there will be no financial certainty until the issues surrounding finances are carefully addressed. To a certain extent, the level of uncertainty will depend upon whether or not the parties involved are or were married to each other, or in a civil partnership, as there are a lot of additional laws governing the finances of married couples and civil partners as opposed to those who have not entered into a marriage or civil partnership. However, there are normally a number of financial considerations that should be thought about carefully when a relationship comes to an end.
Finances in Divorce and Separation
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