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Steps to prepare for the divorce process

On Behalf of | Feb 18, 2019 | Divorce |

People in Minnesota who are considering divorce may find it helpful to research state laws related to the process. By fully understanding what a divorce will involve, a soon-to-be ex can be prepared for the future. The decision to divorce can be difficult, and it is a life-changing event.

Once a person has decided to divorce, it’s important to get organized. Necessary paperwork may include tax returns, mortgage information and account statements. One should pull copies of credit reports and close any accounts shared with a spouse. It’s also important to think about personal and financial goals while creating a budget for life after the divorce. This information can be helpful during divorce negotiations. For example, reviewing finances and a budget can help a person decide whether keeping the marital home is affordable.

If there are children, parents should think about what kind of custody arrangement would suit them best. The best interests of the kids must be prioritized. Just as important, each partner should make sure that they take care of themselves since divorce is such a stressful time. It’s also important to remember that getting a divorce does not have to mean ending up in court. Couples often reach a resolution through a collaborative approach to divorce or in mediation.

Avoiding litigation has some advantages. Couples may spend less money on the divorce, and alternative dispute resolution methods are generally less stressful and take less time. While the atmosphere in a courtroom is an adversarial one, mediation emphasizes cooperation and a compromise that can satisfy both parties. Legal counsel could help a divorcing spouse manage the negotiation process.

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