Let an Ocala Divorce Attorney Review Your Case
Before taking any further steps toward filing for divorce, contact us at Anne E. Raduns, PA for a low-cost initial consultation with our knowledgeable Ocala divorce attorney. We have been assisting clients with the challenging and often stressful process of divorce for a full decade and we are ready to put our experience to work for you. Rather than attempting to navigate the case on your own, you can allow us to review the situation and determine the best possible strategy for pursuing a swift and effective resolution. Let us advise you of your rights and your legal options to help you make the most favorable decisions for carrying out your divorce. Take the first step now by contacting our office to schedule a consultation so that we can begin working on a plan of action for you.
Preparing to Meet With Your Attorney
We encourage you to prepare as much as possible for your low cost initial consultation at the Anne E. Raduns, PA.
What to Bring With You
We understand that you are coming to us because you have encountered a very stressful situation. We know that it may not be possible for you to gather all of the necessary information right away. Still, we ask that you gather as much of the following as possible so we can help you move forward:
- A copy of your birth certificate
- A copy of your marriage certificate, including the date of marriage
- A timeline of the events that occurred in your marriage, including previous separations, attempts at reconciliation or marital counseling programs
- Information about previous marriages, as well as certified copies of divorce papers
- Information about previous relevant legal proceedings, particularly those involving your children
- A copy of the prenuptial agreement, if there was one, or other domestic contracts
- Employment information, including dates of employment
- Your drivers license number
- Your Social Security number
- Copies of income tax returns from the last 3 years
- Copies of your last 3 pay stubs
- Information about your spouse's income and other household income, if any
- Bank, saving and checking account numbers, as well as balance statements
- Information about investment accounts
- Information about pensions
- Information about valuables, from antiques to jewelry
- Information about real estate holdings, including purchase date, purchase price, remaining balances and current value
- Information about all debts
- Information about your educational and employment background, as well as your spouse's
- Information about your children
Furthermore, if there are other issues that you foresee arising during the family law or divorce case, make note of them. These may include histories of drug or alcohol abuse, criminal activity, domestic violence or sexual misconduct. Keep in mind that this and all information is protected by attorney-client privilege.
What to Ask Your Family Law and Divorce Attorney
Just as we will have questions for you, we expect that you will have questions for us. Feel free to make note of all divorce and family law questions ahead of time so we can answer all of them during your low cost consultation.