Managing Your Wealth
The courts have broad powers for dealing with the financial aspects of divorce. As a result, there are several areas where you, your spouse, partner or other family members may want to take steps to manage and safeguard wealth.
A good place to start is either a cohabitation agreement or a pre- or post-nuptial agreement. But there are also other less obvious ways for protecting pre-acquired or inherited wealth.
For example, when setting up a trust or dealing with your assets generally, you should pay close attention to the wording so it has the best possible chance of surviving a future relationship breakdown.
At Aaron and Partners, our broad spread of expertise means we have the knowledge and experience to advise you on all the legal aspects of managing your wealth, from tax advice and wills, to setting up trusts and buying or transferring property.
We also have strong links with other independent advisers in all areas of financial support, including accountants, financial advisers, banks, pensions experts and overseas lawyers, so we can support and assist you at every stage of your situation.
Partner & Head of Family Law
Family Law Partner