It is unlikely that all of the sections will apply to you. It takes most customers between 10 and 15 minutes to complete.
You will find it easier to complete if you have access to the following:
Please use the simple data capture below to assist us in drafting your separation agreement accurately.
Alternatively, if you and your spouse have reached agreement through a mediator (or solicitor), you are welcome to upload details of it below.
Please provide details of any personal bank, building society and National Savings accounts in your name or joint names. Include account number, the recent balance and how you are dealing with the account following your separation.
Please provide details of other investments including ISAs, PEPs, stocks, shares, etc.
Please provide details of any insurance policies you may own
Please provide details of any other valuable assets (in excess of £500) and how you intend to deal with them following your separation. Examples include cars, jewellery, paintings, electronics, etc.
Please provide details of any liabilities and debts you may have. Include bank loans, credit cards, hire purchase agreements, store cards, etc.
Exclude any overdrawn accounts if you have already listed them in the earlier sections.
*Please note that only a court can make a pension share legally binding. Until you actually divorce and obtain a consent order, a separation agreement simply indicates your intention to share a pension (or pensions)*
Please provide details of any pension assets you may have (include SERPS but exclude basic state pension)
Net monthly income from:
If you have reached an agreement regarding spousal maintenance and/or child maintenance, please provide details including how much, how often and for how long.
E.g. I am paying £250 p/m for my 2 children until the eldest one reaches 18. After that, I will pay £125 p/m until the youngest reaches 18.