About Divorce Money

They say buying a home and getting divorced are two of the most stressful things a person can go through in life . Now, imagine having to do both at the same time ? With over 100,000 couples in the UK divorcing each year it is now very much a fact of life that dissolving a marriage and buying a property are now becoming inextricably linked

It can be very simple to get married in the UK but then very complex, extremely emotional ,and not to mention expensive to unwind it through the courts, all the time enduring what can feel like a very out-dated legal process.

You may also have children which will complicate matters further and while parents will do everything they can to shield their children from the trauma of divorce, there is only so much they can do if, as is applicable in many cases, the family home needs to be sold. 

Our professional advisers within Divorce Money, as part of the wider Money Group of companies, fully understand that the breakdown of a marriage will be stressful and that the thought of calculating how much you will need to borrow to purchase a new home can feel over whelming. 

But please, try not to worry. It is our mission , based on years of experience, to explore all possible outcomes for resolving your mortgage situation. We will work alongside your legal and financial advisers to ensure we can provide as accurate lending figures in the form of a Mortgage Capacity Report as we can. This will only be possible once we have taken in to account all of the circumstances that lenders will consider before they agree any form of mortgage or lending. 

We will deal with your circumstances with compassion, discretion and with the utmost professionalism. Please read some of our client testimonials here to see how we have helped clients in the past. 

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I have worked very closely with many advisers within the Matrimonial and Family Law sector. It is a sector that requires truly independent professionals but ones who can also be trusted and empathetic.For these reasons alone I have no hesitation in recommending my clients to Cathy & Martin

Thank you to Martin and Cathy for going the extra mile in providing thorough mortgage capacity reports which have been instrumental in negotiation and/or court proceedings. Their reports are clear and comprehensive, explaining the basis for the calculations provided and giving clients a variety of options. Martin and Cathy are approachable, knowledgeable and extremely efficient. I would not hesitate to recommend them

‘As a post-divorce single mother I thought I would never be able to buy my own home again. Fast-forward 6 months and I am once again enjoying the security and satisfaction of being a homeowner. Catherine also understood the emotional importance of this process with regard to my personal circumstances - I cannot recommend her highly enough.’