• Home
  • Topics
  • Family Law Guidance For Athletes – How Assets Are Divided Upon Divorce

Family Law Guidance For Athletes – How Assets Are Divided Upon Divorce

Torn agreement
Monday, 08 August 2022 By Tammy Knox

This is the third in a series of articles exploring key family law issues facing athletes over the course of their careers. It explores the process of divorce and separation in England and Wales and its financial implications, including the options available if you and your partner cannot come to an agreement on how to divide your assets. It will answer the following questions:

  1. How do I get divorced?

  2. How will our assets and income be treated following divorce?

  3. Can the press report on my divorce?

  4. Are there any other options available to me if I do not want to go to court?

Continue reading this article...

Register with your email and password
Already a member? Sign in

Get access to all of the expert analysis and commentary at LawInSport including articles, webinars, conference videos and podcast transcripts.  Find out more here.

Related Articles

Written by

Tammy Knox

Tammy Knox

Tammy is a partner in the London office of Penningtons Manches Cooper, specialising in all areas of family law, particularly those with an international element. She regularly advises on child abduction and international relocation of children, financial issues arising from separation, Family Law Act applications, disputes about child arrangements and prenuptial agreements. She is also experienced in representing vulnerable clients.

Leave a comment

Please login to leave a comment.

Courses

Legal Advisors

Upcoming Events


Copyright © LawInSport Limited 2010 - 2022. These pages contain general information only. Nothing in these pages constitutes legal advice. You should consult a suitably qualified lawyer on any specific legal problem or matter. The information provided here was accurate as of the day it was posted; however, the law may have changed since that date. This information is not intended to be, and should not be used as, a substitute for taking legal advice in any specific situation. LawInSport is not responsible for any actions taken or not taken on the basis of this information. Please refer to the full terms and conditions on our website.