Obtaining a divorce can be hectic, especially if you and your soon-to-be ex spouse have complicated assets, children, or a potentially contentious divorce ahead. Planning for your divorce in advance of obtaining the divorce can help to address many issues and potential pitfalls before they occur, so you are not surprised and in a rush to correct the issue during your divorce.
You can schedule a pre-divorce planning session with one of the divorce lawyer at the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group. You can sign a retainer to establish attorney-client privilege, allowing you to discuss everything with your lawyer in confidence. During a pre-divorce planning session, you can discuss your current position with the lawyer, and where you would like to end up after a divorce. You can communicate to the lawyer your goals for a divorce, and you and your lawyer can work together to develop a legal strategy to obtain your post-divorce goals.
When you get divorced, a multitude of questions will require answers. Such questions fall into the following four main categories:
There are many factors to consider when contemplating divorce, and a pre-divorce planning session can help you begin to plan for a divorce. Please contact the professionals at the Women’s Divorce & Family Law Group by calling (312) 585-6604 or clicking here to schedule a consultation.
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