Reaching the end of a relationship is never easy. With so many things to consider, it can be hard to know where to start in facing the next step.
Following a separation or divorce, you may find your life and finances have completely changed. Now is the time to think about plans for the future.
If you have decided to separate, there are several routes you can take to formalise the end of your relationship. Here are some of the legal processes you can follow, with advice on how working together with your former partner can help to reduce conflict, stress and cost.
If a relationship comes to an end, taking a few practical steps can help you regain confidence and control of your finances.
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