Divorce Planning

It goes without saying that divorce is a very big decision — one that should not be taken lightly. As such, it is extremely important to be careful and not make any decisive moves prior to contacting an attorney.

First off, it is important to ensure that divorce is truly the action that you wish to take. In order to be sure, it is important to try as many methods as possible to try to see if it is possible to maintain the marriage. If all possibilities have been exhausted, then planning comes into play. This includes:

  • Recording significant dates
  • Making an inventory of all contents of the marital residence
  • Making a list of all other marital assets
  • Making a list of all unsecured debts
  • Obtaining copies of financial records

Failure to address any of these issues may make the process significantly more drawn-out than it needs to be, in addition to being more costly. Also, it gives you the peace of mind knowing that you have collected all possible information.

If you are currently planning for divorce, we encourage you to contact our firm so that you can better understand your situation and options.

With more than three decades of experience handling family law issues, we, at the North Carolina law firm of Janet P. Welton, P.A., are prepared to bring our comprehensive knowledge to help you resolve these issues in an ideal way. By partnering directly with clients, we are able to help them plan so they can transition in the most stable way possible.

We are prepared to help you do the same; we encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible.

To schedule a discounted consultation, call 704-323-7856 or email the firm to discuss any family law issue, including the divorce process in North Carolina with our Charlotte divorce lawyer.