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Wills

In the event of calamity, is the intended recipient of real property, money, insurance, and personal  possessions clear?




Children

Where will the children live primarily? • What days/holidays will custody be shared? • How much child support will be agreed upon? • Who will pay for the children's medical insurance? • What is the plan for their education? etc.


Making that decision

Entering the Maze

Retirement

Is there a pension or retirement fund that will need to be addressed? Have both parties contributed to the retirement future equally?


Property

Is there property that needs to be divided, sold or transferred? • Do the children have any property in their names that needs to be managed? • Is there more than one vehicle?


Making the decision to dissolve a marriage is never easy. Still, even after both parties have agreed that it's best to move on, it's hard to know the best direction to take.


There are 4 areas to consider as you move ahead