Resolution

Planning together is now an associate of Resolution first for family law, providing financial advice to families at a sensitive time.

Resolution’s 6,500 members are family lawyers and other professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes and follow a Code of Practice that promotes a non-confrontational approach to family problems. Members encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family.

Financial planning can seem complex during and after divorce, yet a financial adviser can help you with financial planning and offer advice to guide you through this difficult time.

At Planning Together we can advise on sensitive matters such as:

  • Pension settlements linked to divorce- It is essential to make sure the true value of both parties’ pensions is understood when sharing these benefits.
  • Discussing your financial situation and advising how to split assets in the most tax-efficient way.
  • Helping you avoid making expensive mistakes when sharing assets or investments with your ex-spouse.
  • Advising how best to invest the proceeds of a divorce or dissolution settlement.
  • Complete cash flow modelling to illustrate the impact extra expense such as maintenance payments will have.
  • Rebuilding assets after a split has taken place.
  • Providing mortgage advice through “Mortgages Together” a trading name of Planning Together Limited.

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Gordon has been my financial advisor for nearly 10 years now, looking after both business and personal pensions and investments for me. I feel incredibly lucky to have found an IFA that I can trust and communicate easily with, that quickly understands my ever-changing needs. I have seen very good returns on all the financial products Gordon manages for me and would have no hesitation in recommending Planning Together as a long term financial partner.

Stuart Jordan