Relationship Property

All relationships end – this is a fact of life (or of death).

When a relationship ends, whether by death or by separation, property needs to be divided. This can be a traumatic experience, and we understand and recognise this. We are often told after assisting to resolve relationship property disputes that our approach of negotiation and discussion, and trying to avoid confrontation if at all possible, has led to a mush easier and less painful resolution that was expected.

We will do our best to minimise the trauma but we will ensure that your legal rights are protected to the max. We recommend that couples agree in advance how their property is to be divided when their relationship ends, and that this be recorded in a legally binding agreement.

Whether it is necessary to protect assets from a future end of relationship or resolve the relationship property dispute after separation or death, we can assist.

Contact the team at Sean Mason Law