To prepare for a divorce consultation, you should familiarize yourself with your personal financial information for both you and your spouse. For example, if you have pay stubs for each spouse, that would be helpful to take, or at least have a good idea of each of your annual incomes from all sources.
Additionally, you will likely be asked about the assets of your marriage, including real estate, financial accounts, retirement accounts, etc. So it’s helpful to have that information in mind as well.
Finally, when you go to a divorce consultation, it’s fine to write down a few specific questions that you may have. For example, the attorney will need to know if there is something unique about your situation, such as owning a business or a specific custody issue involving safety concerns. It’s fine to write those things down so that you remember to get that specific information.
If you have any questions about the topic discussed in this article, or any family law matter, please give us a call at Bononi & Company (724) 832-2499.