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Dividing Your Things

You get one shot at splitting your things and so you need to know their value and what you are entitled to. Equal Exes Online will guide you through your choices about whether to stay or leave a relationship.

What is your situation now?

1 We are separating and we don’t know what our assets and liabilities are.

2 I think my ex partner is hiding money.

3 Should our assets be split 50:50 or is there a negotiation?

4 We have clocked up all this debt who is responsible for that?

5 Should I stay in the family home if I didn’t pay the mortgage?

6 I have heard of a separation agreement - do we need one?

You need to do some careful thinking, regardless of which of these situations you are in.  Equal Exes Online will help guide your decisions so you make the right choice for you

Take our Dividing Your Things Quiz

This will help you to work out what you may need to do or find out. Based on your answers, it will make suggestions about things you can do. 

What is your situation now?

Read a case study

Helen and Arthur have been married for 35 years and have decided to separate. Helen has no idea what assets and liabilities means. Helen would like to stay in the house and keep all of their art but Arthur wants to sell the pictures and take 75% of the proceeds because he bought them and some were from his family…

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Move forward in your decision making with our Dividing Your Things Workbook.

In this self-guided book we coach you through the issues and choices you need to make.  You will work at your own pace and can edit and review your answers carefully so that at the end you are clearer about what choices are available to you and what your next steps can be.

The chapters include:

1 Making an inventory of chattels.

2 Understand the law for relationship property.

3 Financial jargon explained.

Expert Advisors

Equal Exes Online works with a group of paid expert advisors who have strong track records in helping you address the issues and situations that arise during divorce and separation. Each has a different specialisation, area of expertise and different charging rates. One size does not fit all so we have collated this group of experts to help you find the best person for you who will give you the best advice.

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