Your spouse recently asked for a divorce and you don't know what to do
You've done everything you can to save your marriage and nothing is working
You've decided that you want a divorce and you don't know the right steps to move forward
You've agreed to divorce but are not sure what's next
You trusted your spouse to handle the finances and now you're worried about how to support yourself
Clarify options regarding your next steps
Map out a plan for transitioning to the next phase of your life
Identify your biggest fears and how to address them
Connect with the resources you'll need in your process
At the end of the appointment, you'll have a clear plan of action
"My experience working with Leah has been very comforting. At a time in your life when you are making a major change and are afraid of unforeseen consequences, it is comforting to know that her knowledge and experience will help immensely…I feel very confident in her ability and expertise so it helps me relax having her assistance. I would recommend her to everyone going through a divorce. She can save you a lot of money and give you sound advice."
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We respect your privacy. You have a couple of options. You can either borrow a credit card from a friend or family member or you can contact us directly and pay cash at your appointment if you are meeting us in person. If you want to pay cash, check out our schedule and select a time/location. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the date, time and location and let us know that you plan to pay cash at your appointment.
If you would like to discuss your options, concerns, and learn about available resources then scheduling a strategy session is the best thing you can do to get clarity.It typically costs substantially less than more adversarial approaches to terminating a marriage. You also have far more control over the costs as the parties involved determine how slowly or quickly the process moves.
If there are children involved and you will be sharing parenting responsibilities following the divorce, it is important that you work together to come up with a parenting arrangement that will work for everyone involved. This limits complications down the line.
If you and your spouse are trying to work through the process in an amicable way, I recommend scheduling a joint session. It will keep you both on the same page and help you to continue down the path that works for both of you. If you aren't sure if your spouse will be amicable or not, go ahead and schedule a solo session. We can always invite your spouse to join us at a later date if it make sense.
Many of our clients find us after they have already started with an attorney. We are happy to collaborate with your attorney or simply provide you with additional support. We will discuss with you if/how you would like us to work with your attorney.
While the laws do vary by state, we focus on providing financial advice not legal advice. We are able to support your divorce financial planning needs regardless of your state of residence.
No problem! With technology, we never have to meet in person. We can work with you from the convenience of your own home using Zoom video conferencing.
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