In a contentious separation file, the division of property is often postponed to the period following the divorce judgment. However, many precautions can be taken well in advance of the judgment in order to simplify the liquidation: for example, steps can be taken to gather evidence, to avoid any complications in future accounts.
This period is also an opportunity to analyze on how to rebuild a heritage without giving control to the former spouse: how to buy a new property without it depending on the former community, how to donate to your children without the spouse contesting the donation, etc.
Etude 352 accompanies its clients throughout the amicable divorce process right from the initial advice to the signing of the divorce documents which generally take place at the Etude, in a single session during which the spouses sign the divorce agreement drafted by their two lawyers and the liquidation of their matrimonial regime, at the same time.
The same support is offered to civil union partners and cohabitants who are trying to reach an agreement in regard to distributing their property.