Planning Divorce

Planning Divorce | Filing & Litigation | After Divorce

People planning divorce often have serious misconceptions about the law. Avoid these misconceptions by researching your legal rights and responsibilities.

Planning, especially information gathering, can make a big difference in the outcome of your divorce. Timing is also critical. If your spouse is dishonest and you mention divorce, he or she could hide income and assets. Try to conduct your financial research before broaching the subject if you suspect dishonesty.

We offer several worksheets and books that will help you in the planning process.

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