Legal Advice for “Preparing for Divorce” — 55 results
Written by attorney John Zinda, almost 3 years ago. STAFF PICK
Some divorces are messy- just ask blogger Kevin Ireland. In 2008, Ireland created a blog entitled My Divorce Sucks. The blog chronicles his divorce, which featured some low moments- like... more
Written by attorney Marshall Waller, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Think about counseling If you are undecided about the fate of your marriage, give serious thought to getting marriage counseling. Sometimes people end up in divorce court simply because... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Isensee, over 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Be on your best behavior with everyone. This is always important. Your soon-to-be ex will always be the parent of your children even if they aren't good people. Your children are... more
Written by attorney Maury Beaulier, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Close Joint Accounts If a divorce is imminent, you should immediately contact joint-credit-card companies in writing to freeze or cancel your joint accounts. You do not want to be... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Kannegieter, almost 7 years ago. STAFF PICK
Find a Support Network Divorce can be a very challenging and emotional time. Be good to yourself and find a support network, be it family, friends, or a professional therapist. Having an... more
Written by attorney Monica Donaldson Stewart, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Prepare a list of questions in advance. Before your appointment, prepare a list of questions regarding your situation. The most frequently asked questions we encounter are 1) How long will... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Armstrong, 6 months ago.
Helpful list of information to gather in preparation for your divorce matter. Vital information that you should gather prior to filing for divorce Bank and financial statements (last two... more
Written by attorney Karen M. Buckley, over 2 years ago.
Divorce is a major life change for everyone in the family. Thus, as with any important decision, a person considering divorce should be as prepared and informed as possible when making this... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, over 2 years ago.
Making the decision to divorce, to no longer stay in an unhappy marriage is the first step in the divorce process. Once that decision is made you need guidance and an understanding of what... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Riley, over 3 years ago.
At some point in every divorce, the following documents will need to be reviewed by you and/or your attorney in order to negotiate a just and final settlement. At any... more