Jo Carr-West comments on the mortgage crisis and divorce in The Telegraph

  • July 05, 2023
  • By Jo Carr-West, Partner

Jo Carr-West, partner in our family department, is featured in an article on The Telegraph commenting on separating couples who are having to decide between moving out or staying in the same property.

“As the year progresses and new interest rates come into effect, we will see an increasing trend for divorcing couples who simply can’t afford a second mortgage or rent,” says Jo Carr-West, a senior partner at Hunters Law. “They will have to stay in the same home, and while the likelihood of that happening depends on where you are on the scale of wealth, maintaining two properties is now a challenge even for those on sizable salaries.”

Read the full article.

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