The SWAAB Separation Survival Kit is aimed at providing
people going through the difficulties of a relationship or marriage
breakdown with important information to put them back in control of
The Family Law Team at Swaab has recently developed a
Separation Survival Kit. It's aimed at
providing people going through the difficulties of a relationship
or marriage breakdown with important information that will put them
back in control of their life. Our Survival Kit is
discretely and innovatively stored on a flash drive USB stick.
We find that during this trying time people often turn to a
trusted doctor, accountant, advisor, HR manager, mediator,
colleague or friend for support. Leaving the office with a USB
filled with useful information and helpful tools is invaluable
assistance to them as they navigate their way to a resolution, in a
discrete and confidential manner. Some of the tools provided in the
'Preparing for your first meeting' – a form to
help you prepare for the first initial meeting with your family
'Thinking of separating checklist' – to ensure
you protect yourself and your family
'Budget tool' to track family expenses
Links to practical articles and useful websites that can guide
you to find the right outcome for your circumstances
Using these tools is an easy way to pass crucial information on
early in the process. Completing the forms and checklists we
provide on the USB, can save time and money by having considered
relevant information and prepared the right kind of questions prior
to the first meeting.
Our family law team understands that there are some difficult
issues to face during a separation. Our tools and guides along with
specialised advice will give you direction and keep you focused to
reach a well negotiated and friendly settlement. Referring
patients, colleagues, employees, clients and friends to our Family
Law Team ensures they will receive advice from trusted and
experienced professionals in the field.
There are several requirements that must be completed by an executor before the distribution of assets to beneficiaries.
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