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CONSULT AN ATTORNEY

Knowledge is power.
Schedule consultations with a few different attorneys who are experienced in all aspects Florida divorce and family law to explore strategies for your divorce case. Present your case to several divorce lawyers to get a variety of opinions and attitudes before you choose the one you want.

1. Bring documents
It is helpful to bring financial documents and records for the divorce attorney to review during the initial consultation. Include as many of the following documents as possible:
  • recent pay stubs

  • tax returns for the past three to five years

  • bank statements and credit card statements for the past three to five years

  • pension and any other retirement and employment benefits both you and your spouse are entitled to receive, including year end bonuses, health insurance and life insurance

  • copies of deeds to real property and statements of any mortgages or equity loans that are due

2. Don't sign any papers
Do not sign any documents, contracts, promissory notes, deeds, mortgages, etc. if your spouse requests you to do so. The consequences of signing any documents or papers may be irreparable and highly prejudicial to your legal and financial rights upon a divorce in Florida.

3. Don't move out of your marital residence
Do not move out of the marital residence without first discussing it with your divorce lawyer.

OPEN COMMUNICATION

Most divorce cases are settled by the spouses between themselves, not necessarily by their divorce lawyers, so you will both benefit, in the long run, by keeping communication lines open. The way in which you and your spouse behave and communicate with each other during the most stressful moments in your marriage, will serve as a mirror image of how you will behave through the divorce process.

BE AWARE OF YOUR MOTIVATIONS

If your top priority is your children, your decisions must be consistent with their best interests, not just yours.

If you realize that some of the problems you are fighting about will not matter in the future, then the same issues probably do not matter in the present moment. Therefore, let go of these issues and focus on the important ones!

It is a good idea to frequently reassess your actions while going through the process of a divorce in Florida and make sure you continue to focus and move towards your ultimate goals.

Choose your battles wisely!

It's time to reclaim your life!

 
 

Robert S. Hannan
Practice limited to Family Law

Attorney At Law
4400 North Federal Highway
L ighthouse Point FL 33064
Telephone: 954-783-8424

Robert S. Hannan
Practice limited to Family Law

Attorney At Law
3760 W. Eau Gallie Blvd., Suite 106,
Melbourne, Fl. 32934
Telephone: 321- 361- 0753

 

Email: RobertH@FlDivorceattorney.com

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