Do You Think You're Ready for Divorce?

Deciding to get a divorce can be one of the most difficult choices you make in your life. At Klein Law Group, our legal team is dedicated to helping clients resolve their disputes and move on to the next phase of their lives. With more than 45 years of combined legal experience, we know what it takes to successfully navigate the divorce process and how to secure a fair divorce settlement. To help you assess if you are in the right position to file for divorce, we list 5 questions below that you should ask yourself before filing your divorce papers.

#1: Do I Need to Speak to a Marriage Counselor?

Sometimes seeing a professional counselor to discuss your marital issues can help salvage your relationship with your spouse. However, some couples might find that marriage counselling doesn’t help to reconcile their differences. Either way, speaking to a professional about your marriage troubles can be helpful because it is a good way to identify crucial errors that were made in your relationship. This can be very useful if you get married again in the future. Further, speaking with a professional counselor will help you make the emotional decision to file for divorce.

#2: Do I Have Enough Money to Get Divorced?

Money is one of the biggest obstacles that people face when they decide to divorce their spouse. This is because there are situations that can cost you more money by filing for divorce. This is why it’s important to review your finances and really ask yourself if you are in a strong enough position to support yourself throughout the course of the divorce litigation. While it’s easy to let yourself get caught up in the emotional aspects of your divorce, you should also make sure you understand the financial consequences that will result from filing for divorce. For some couples, it sometimes makes more sense to remain with their current partner than to seek an end to the marriage.

#3: Do I Have Access to Financial Documents?

You need to know where to find important documents that can be used to establish you and your spouse’s incomes and total net worth. You can also use financial documents to prove that the other spouse has the funds to pay child support and alimony.

Before you file for divorce, you need to locate the following financial documents:

  • Bank Account Statements
  • Payroll Records
  • Tax Returns
  • Credit Card Statements
  • Retirement & Brokerage Account Statements

Keep all of these and other financial documents in a safe place before filing your divorce papers. Having these documents available when you hire an attorney will be helpful when they begin building a legal strategy for your case.

#4: What Do I Want Out of My Divorce?

You should make a list of the goals you want to achieve after your divorce. Some people leave their spouse to start a new career, while others might leave due to financial issues. No matter what goals you have after your divorce, communicate them to your attorney so that they can apply this information to your case strategy.

Get Legal Assistance Today

Do you need help with your divorce case? If so, our legal team is here to assist you. We will guide you through the divorce process and ensure that your interests are protected. We understand how stressful divorce can be, and we will use our full resources to secure a positive outcome.

Contact our Boca Raton divorce lawyerto schedule a consultation with our legal professionals.