If you can’t come to a financial arrangement between yourselves the court will ask you to fill out Form E to establish your financial situation so they can make a financial order. If you come for mediation, we will send you a Financial Booklet in Word format. This user-friendly document is based on Form E and is used to do financial mediation.
See the AdviceNow film about How to Fill in your Financial Statement (Form E).
Download AdviceNow’s Survival Guide to Sorting Out your Finances when you get Divorced for easy-to-understand practical guidance on financial matters when getting divorced.

Watch this video on pensions.

See the Money Helper for practical information on how to manage your money and divide your assets when going through divorce or separation.

Also see the Judiciary's Sorting out Finances on Divorce.
Often the most valuable marital assets are a couple’s pension funds. Download AdviceNow’s Survival Guide to Pensions on Divorce for easy- to-understand, practical information about pensions and divorce.
See the government's Understanding Universal Credit website for information and guidance on how low income and unemployed people can apply for Universal Credit (UC).

If you are in financial need, you can contact the charity Turn2us for help to gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help.
The National Debtline and Step Change are charities that give free, independent debt advice on the phone and online.
Use the Government Maintenance Calculator to find out how much maintenance should be paid.
See the National Housing Federation for information about the housing association sector, social homes and shared ownership homes.