Planning your divorce involves preparing for a divorce prior to filing. Proper planning can protect your assets and help you reach a positive resolution. Our attorneys work with clients to help them anticipate the course of action that the other side will likely consider. At the same time, we help clients understand their needs and goals regarding:
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Property division
When planning your divorce, we will also need to know if you have an estate plan. This includes a will, trust, power of attorney or health care directive. Likely, these documents name your spouse as the individual who will make end-of-life medical decisions for you or inherit your estate if you pass away. Our goal is to proactively review and change your estate planning documents. This ensures that your wishes regarding your medical treatment and estate are honored.