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Points You Should Discuss with Your Divorce Lawyer

Points You Should Discuss with Your Divorce Lawyer

Jan 16, 2024

Embarking on a divorce process is no small undertaking; it is an emotionally charged and often complex legal proceeding. The attorneys at Robbins & Licavoli, PLLC, are equipped with the necessary experience to guide you through this challenging time. In this blog, we explore essential concerns you should discuss with your divorce attorney to ensure that your rights are protected and your interests represented.

How to Prepare

Prior to your consultation with a divorce attorney, it’s important to gather all relevant documentation related to your marital assets, income, and debts. This may include bank statements, tax returns, retirement accounts, property deeds, and any prenuptial or postnuptial agreements. Additionally, create a list of questions that you have about the divorce process – no question is too trivial when it comes to protecting your interests. Lastly, bring a notepad and pen to take notes during the consultation. Being well-prepared will help you make the most of your time with your attorney.

Discussing Finances

In any divorce case, financial matters are of utmost importance. Therefore, it becomes essential to gather important documents related to income, assets, debts, and legal agreements before meeting with your attorney. You should be prepared to discuss issues such as the division of marital assets, spousal support, and complex property division. Your attorney at Robbins & Licavoli, PLLC, can provide guidance on these matters, ensuring a fair distribution of assets and financial support.

Addressing Child Custody and Parenting Time

Child custody and parenting time are critical aspects of any divorce involving children. It is crucial to communicate your wishes and concerns regarding custody arrangements and visitation schedules. At Robbins & Licavoli, PLLC, our attorneys are experienced in handling a wide range of custody situations and can help secure fair custody and parenting time arrangements that prioritize the best interests of your child.

Highlighting Other Concerns

Divorce encompasses more than just financial and custody matters. Other issues such as domestic violence, order for protection, child abuse, parental kidnapping, legal separation, and changing your name after divorce are equally important. Your attorney can provide guidance on these various legal issues, offering you the necessary support and representation.

Open Communication

Establishing open and honest communication with your divorce attorney is paramount. At Robbins & Licavoli, PLLC, our attorneys understand that divorce is an emotionally charged process, and they strive to create an environment where clients feel comfortable discussing their concerns. We are committed to providing individualized attention and honest assessments, advocating for the best outcomes for our clients.

Contact Us Today

The divorce process can be overwhelming, but with the right guidance and representation, it can be navigated with less stress. The attorneys at Robbins & Licavoli, PLLC, are dedicated professionals ready to assist in protecting your rights and interests during this challenging time. Remember, the more open and comprehensive you are in your discussions with your attorney, the better equipped they will be to represent you effectively. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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