The end of a relationship can be tough. Whether it was a surprise or planned, you’re now facing some big changes — and that’s a lot to deal with.
One of those changes will undoubtedly be your finances. Exactly what this means will differ: you might share a home or a car. You might have children. Your bank accounts may be combined — or not.
Starting to work through and take control of your money is a vital step. From protecting and separating your finances to planning for the future, re-establishing your financial independence is one of the most important things you can do after a relationship ends.
We’re here to help, with resources to guide you through the process — so you can take that next step into your future.
Support services for separated families.
Family relationships advice line.
Tips for women coping with family break-up, separation or divorce.
Useful links and support for men.
How to sort out your finances when you break up.
Divorce and separation financial check list.
Property and finances after separation.
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