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Divorce is never an easy decision to make, but if your marriage is ending and you feel that pursuing a divorce is the best option, Vásquez Law Firm, PLLC, can help you navigate the process. There are steps that you can take to make sure your divorce goes as smoothly as possible. The earlier that you get basic information and understand the process, the better off you are in a divorce. Sometimes, people are afraid to come to a lawyer with questions about the divorce process because they believe it is the first step toward a bitter court battle. Our Charlotte family law attorneys will try to help you settle your differences outside of court.

When you are planning for a divorce, it is important to come in and understand the topics of alimony, division of assets, and child custody. Proper planning can help avoid many problems later on in the process. Divorce preplanning does not require you to take immediate firm steps such as negotiating an agreement or filing a lawsuit.

If you’re considering a divorce, contact our Charlotte divorce attorneys at (704) 271-5597 to learn about all your options. We can provide the information you need to take the next step.

Planning for a Divorce

Divorce is complicated for many reasons. The emotional toll aside, there are a lot of technicalities and legalities involved as well. It’s important to plan ahead to help alleviate some of the stress that may result from a divorce case.

Ways you can prepare for a divorce include:

  • Getting your finances in order
  • Paying off debts
  • Fixing up properties to see
  • Gathering information about bank accounts, retirement accounts, and tax returns

    This information will help Vásquez Law Firm, PLLC, determine other divorce-related issues such as child custody, support, alimony, and division of assets. It also can help determine whether or not you can resolve your issues through a separation agreement or if litigation is in your best interest.

    Pre-Nuptial Agreements

    For parties who wish to enter into prenuptial agreements, there are important decisions to make about what is marital property and what is separate property. Prenuptial agreements can help to protect the rights of children from a previous marriage with regard to wills and trusts and decisions about their future. In North Carolina, anything purchased after marriage is considered marital property unless it is specified in a prenuptial agreement. Prenuptial agreements also can set out or determine if there is going to be alimony available if the marriage ends.

    Contact our Charlotte family law firm in Smithfield, North Carolina at (704) 271-5597 to set up an initial consultation where we can discuss your family law concerns.

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