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This one-of-a-kind workbook streamlines the divorce process...



This completely unique guide helps anyone -- even someone enduring a not-so-easy split -- create a complete, accessible record of absolutely everything needed to confidently tackle, organize, and prepare for the legal, emotional, and financial aspects of divorce. This guide is written by a family law attorney who tells you everything you need to know to get organized, face your divorce, and make it through the process successfully.

Divorce is overwhelming enough without having to deal with the financial, personal, and legal paperwork. When you are organized, you feel more confident, and you are more likely to get what you want. The Divorce Organizer and Planner is your guide to managing your divorce- while keeping your legal expenses to a minimum. Written by a family attorney with years of experience helping people navigate the divorce process, this book empowers you with the knowledge and tools you need to take control of your divorce.

The Divorce Planner & Organizer includes:

  • Suggestions for selecting an attorney and getting the most legal help for the dollar
  • Tips on how to gather and organize information for easy access during legal proceedings
  • Advice on required documentation for homes, cars, investments, bank accounts, debts, insurance, and household expenses
  • A tracker to record alimony, child support payments, and children's medical, educational, and athletic expenses
  • A personal property inventory and wish list, a budget form, and fill-in contact information lists

Discover How To:

  • Find and work with an attorney who's right for you
  • Choose and work with a mediator
  • Gather and organize important information on property, investments, accounts, debts, insurance, and household expenses
  • Keep clear records of alimony, child support, and children's expenses
  • Develop a personal property inventory, a budget, and a wish list for property division
  • Decide what you want and what you need from the marital assets
  • Successfully negotiate with your spouse and keep stress to a minimum
  • Get the biggest bang for your legal buck

This book contains everything you need to organize your paperwork, evidence, documents, and even your thoughts about your divorce. The book guides you through the organization process and ensures that you will be have absolutely everything both you and your attorney need. The Divorce Organizer & Planner helps you get a grip on what you need to do when and discusses topics such as when to change your locks, close your bank accounts, and update you will. It also guides you through negotiating settlements, tracking payments to or from your spouse, managing the court process, creating a budget, and what to do once the divorce is over.

The chapters include the organizational tools you need to make your divorce manageable.

Chapters Include:
Getting and Staying Organized
Protecting Yourself
Working With an Attorney and Other Professionals
Ways to End Your Marriage
Step by Step Through Your Divorce
Settlement Options
Gathering Household and Personal
Documenting Your Income and Living Expenses
Large Assets

Documenting Debts
Reaching Settlements and Dividing Household Belongings
Child Support
Custody and Visitation
Witnesses and Evidence
Custody Trials
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