How to make the most of your legal strategy session

This is your first opportunity to speak with a qualified attorney at Marble about the specific details of your divorce. They’ll then be able to recommend the best path forward for you.

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To give you the best service possible, please get the following ready before your call: 

What to get ready before your call

1. Basic information about your marriage and divorce

The attorney will want to know: 

  • How long you’ve been married
  • If you have any children 
  • Why you’re getting divorced
  • What county you and your spouse live in

This information will help your lawyer understand the context of your divorce.

2. A list of your shared assets

Write down all the items you co-own with your spouse—house, cars, furniture, etc. This will help the attorney get a sense of how assets might be divided up.

3. A list of what you want

Write down what you want to keep coming out of this divorce. If you have kids, make a note of what sort of custody you’d like. This will help the attorney get an understanding of the situation and will help focus the call.

4. Any court dates

Already have a court appearance scheduled? Make sure to share the date and details with the lawyer.

5. Questions

If you have any questions or concerns about your divorce or the divorce process, bring them to your call.

Make sure you don’t miss the attorney’s call

Please turn on your ringer a few hours before the session.

We know this isn’t an easy time, but we’re here to help ensure it goes as smoothly as possible. If there’s anything else we can do for you, please let us know.

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Disclaimer: This article is provided as general information, not legal advice, and may not reflect the current laws in your state. It does not create an attorney-client relationship and is not a substitute for seeking legal counsel based on the facts of your circumstance. No reader should act based on this article without seeking legal advice from a lawyer licensed in their state.

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