division of property

Bypassing the pitfalls when
you divide your property

Are you selling your shared home? Who will own your second home? Are you going to share your pension? What about the heirlooms and each of the items that you brought with you when you married? How will you divide your property? Is it the person who is moving out who will also pay the moving costs? Are you going to share the expenses of creating a new mortgage, when one of you needs to buy a new home?

It can be really difficult to be objective when you are about to share the things that have represented a specific part of the marriage. We have therefore developed a systematic and objective tool to help you through the Division of Property agreement so that it becomes transparent and as fair as possible.

You can complete the division of property agreement together or you can choose to fill it in separately. If you decide to do this, the system will compare your input and make you aware of the points that you still need to agree on.

You can choose to decide on each individual point. You can also choose to click Best Practice and the choice will automatically be what is usually agreed upon.

Agree on all the
practical details

That it is primarily a matter of making a detailed and thorough visitation agreement. When there is a sound framework and a thorough agreement, it makes the whole family feel safe and thrive.

We have thought about all the broad strokes, as well as the details. This give you peace of mind to focus on meeting the family's different needs.

We guide you through points such as property valuations, pensions and savings. Who will have the car, the holiday home and the caravan. You go through details like heirlooms, joint gifts and what each partner brought into the marriage.

When you come to furniture, we have created a module that helps you to list, evaluate and distribute your household items. You can agree whether to sell it or whether you will bid on one or more of the specific things you own together – and what the payment period should be if one of you does not have money at the time.

The system keeps track of how far you are in the process and whether there are any points you still need to agree on. Once you have agreed, you can save or print your joint agreement. If you select the dynamic calendar, you will automatically receive updates on payment deadlines etc.