WALLACE said on
Marriage.com said on
The first thing you need to do after deciding to divorce is schedule a consultation with afamily law attorney. The attorney will explain how the laws in your area apply to the particulars of your situation. Bring as much information as you can about assets, debts and income to his meeting.. Assets include real estate, bank and investment accounts, retirement plans, cars, and valuable personal property such as jewelry. Debts include mortgages, balances owed on credit cards, car and student loans. Also, bring your most recent tax returns and current pay stubs or other documentation of income. Tell your attorney about children and your feelings about custody of the children. Your attorney will help you file the appropriate information for your situation.
tomalter said on
Discuss the issues with your spouse first. But if you both have decided to divorce then you should not think more. As dragging a dead relationship holds no significance. Consult your attorney and address issues like division of assets, child custody and alimony. First keep this matter to yourself before telling it to your friends and people out of your family.