The 'everything' is the crucial question though.It depends on the situation and the question.
If you have agreed everything with your ex
Pensions can be overlooked. Retirement could be thirty years away but a pension adjustment order for some or all of a spouse's pension fund can be part of the settlement.My concern is that posters should be aware that home / mortgages are not the only thing they need to look at.
It will depend on many factors really but the best advice I got was actually from the legal aid board. Even if you are not able to go through legal aid they can give you advice on the matter. No two situations are the same. Reading through threads on this board is great too as a lot of us have gone through separation/divorce etc.Where do you get “good advice” in this type of situation? What professional do you go to? Financial advisor, solicitor, other?