On top of being a very emotional processes, divorces can require a lot of preparation of information and documents. Even in the most amicable of divorces, the divorcing couple can expect to gather pertinent information for their attorneys. The information will be utilized to determine the allocation of debts, liabilities, division of property and assets, as well as helping to determine child custody and child support. In addition, since a divorce can lead to a huge lifestyle change, it may be a good idea to start preparing for life unmarried. In no particular order, some of the information you want to collect, or things you may want to begin to do, could include:
If you need help with your divorce, you should consult with an experienced family law attorney. An attorney can help you understand your rights and what you may be entitled to in the divorce.
Leslye M. Schlesinger serves Rockland and Westchester County with compassion and integrity. With over 30 years of experience guiding clients through matrimony law, she now focuses on helping clients avoid litigation through alternative dispute resolution, including collaborative divorce and mediation. If you need an effective and committed attorney, contact Leslye M. Schlesinger for a consultation.