Thoroughly excellent service provided via Wikivorce. Was slightly apprehensive of how it would all work, especially at a distance. However, they were swift, efficient, immensely polite, accurate, and gave regular updates. I would recommend them to anyone.
Can't fault my experience in any way. Brilliant advice / available at short notice for any questions and most importantly swiftly achieved the desired result. Found Austin Kemp after feeling HCB Solicitors were not acting in my best interests and I was correct on all fronts - even including having an appreciation for the fact Divorce is already emotional situation. Also, rather than have to query every suggested next step and be charged for the pleasure; As I'd done a little research of my own and was able to challenge their advice - however we pay Solicitors for their expertise and need to put our trust in them. Austin Kemp thankfully achieved that for me during our first conversation I was already reassured they understood what I wanted and how best to achieve it. Resulting in 7-8 months less work and no court appearances as I had been previously advised by HCB. I THANK YOU DEARLY AUSTIN KEMP. I can start my life again earlier and with a healthier bank balance because of you!!!
Amazing service. For the first time in nearly two years I feel less in a spiral and more in control.
Thoroughly professional, straightforward, timely and reasonably priced. I would recommend this firm to anyone. Thank you Emma and Austen Kemp for a great service.
Thank you so much. You were great. I wasted so much time and money with my previous solicitors and only regret I did not contact you earlier. I have dropped a line to Paul to thank him for referring me to you. I hope you enjoyed the red I sent you as a token of our appreciation.
Austin Kemp provides a pragmatic and honest approach to the individual's journey through Family Law issues. They demonstrate a willingness and capacity to respond to challenging and unpredictable circumstances. The professional, yet personal, service is naturally client centred, but with a realistic and informed view of children's needs. And it has been heartening to have such a caring team walk beside me in the long journey.
I cannot recommend highly enough Austin Kemp as a strong, commercially intelligent and the most effective negotiators. Their negotiation skills are second to none. I have seen firsthand the excellent results this team achieves for their clients.
Just want to say thanks so much for everything. You have been brilliant and very patient. I always felt comfortable calling when asking to clarify certain points of the divorce.
I can honestly say that I am more than satisfied with the management of my case and of my then state of mind. I highly recommend this firm. Thank you.
Amandeep Kooner was not prepared to be swayed from a path of professionalism to accommodate my anxiety and frustration. He would not succumb to taking instructions tit for tat response. He ensured at all times that the response he gave reflected a dignified client with a pleasant demeanour. In so doing he demonstrated his commitment to protect and secure my interests and dignity off which I am most grateful.
Although he has a dual approached role which is business and a duty of care, Amandeep Kooner showed concerns for the level of expenditure that I had already put out with no resolve. His team contained the work to the minimum and produced the maximum results. My case was quickly progressed without compromising compassion and understanding.
Very professional service! Explained everything they were doing for my case every step of the way and really helped me to understand how we would proceed. Thank you!
Intellectually bright, hardworking and extremely professional - Amandeep Kooner took my case at it most difficult as I had come to the end of my ability to remain calm and patient. Up until I instructed Austin Kemp, I had lost all hope that any solicitor could convince me in pursuing a non-retaliatory approach as I was losing ground to allegations and fabrications. Tough, hardworking and extremely professional.
What are your rights to property after separation? We take a closer look…
For married couples who have decided to separate or divorce, your rights to property after separation will be governed by family law in England and Wales. If you are married, you have a right to a share of the property if your relationship breaks down. This is the case even if you do not legally own the property with your spouse.
Your rights to property after separation also include the right to stay in the family home (unless you have a court order which states to the contrary).
What will happen to the family home when you divorce will form part of your discussions with your spouse about how to divide your finances upon divorce. Even if the property is only in your spouse’s name, it will still form part of the ‘pot’ of marital assets when it comes to negotiating your financial settlement. If you can’t reach an agreement with your spouse, either between yourselves or with the help of mediation or Collaborative Law, you may have to ask a court to decide for you.
Possible outcomes include one party buying the other out, or the home being sold and the proceeds being split between both parties.
An experienced family solicitor, such as Austin Kemp, will be able to advise you what a fair financial settlement may look like in your circumstances – and what you could expect to happen to the family home.
If your spouse owns the family home, you may be able to register your interest in it by using a ‘matrimonial home rights notice’, as long as the property is registered with the Land Registry. If not, you may need to apply for a ‘Class F land charge’.
Once you have registered your interest in the property, your spouse will not be able to sell it without you being notified. The is an important part of your rights to property after separation.
If the property in question is not the family home, it may be possible to register a ‘restriction’ instead.
If you jointly own the family home with your spouse, it is important to find out whether you own the property as ‘joint tenants’ or ‘tenants in common’.
While your rights to property after separation do not depend on it, If you own the property as joint tenants, you may want to consider changing the ownership to tenants in common. Otherwise, if you die before your divorce is granted, your share of the family home would automatically pass to your spouse.
When considering your rights to property after separation, it’s also important to update your mortgage lender of your situation.
If you are going through a divorce, understanding your rights to property after separation is vital. If you are concerned about your position regarding your rights to property after separation, it’s important to get legal advice as soon as possible.
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