Separation and divorce
Going through a divorce or separation can be an emotional and challenging time. Winblad & Jeanlo are there to assist you through the process with sensitivity and compassion.
Whether you are separating from your de facto partner or your married partner, there are a great many decisions that you will need to make, such as those concerning your financial future, your living arrangements, the division of property and arrangements for children of the relationship. This can be distressing and seeking legal advice at this point may help you to understand the issues involved and your legal rights and obligations.
A collaborative approach
We know that divorce and separations are not just a legal event, but also a psychological and social process. You have to change the whole way you live and that will requires an enormous adjustment for you and your ex-spouse. Therefor it is our primary goal to get both parties to reach voluntary agreements as much as it´s possible.
Who gets the Family Home when you separate?
What happens if your ex refuses to move out of the house? Sometimes the matrimonial home becomes a battleground when ex-spouses decide to separate but then cannot agree on who should move out. This can cause all sorts of problems in the already difficult and stressful time of separation and divorce.
Winblad & Jeanlo can help you apply for sole occupancy of your home by applying an occupancy order in court.
This means the court gives the power to make injunctions relating to the use or occupancy of the matrimonial home. If the court roles in your favour your former spouse is then legally required to leave the home and live elsewhere until the divorce is settle.