first-visit-contentIf you are meeting with an attorney at our firm about a divorce or child support matter, you should be prepared at your first visit to discuss assets and liabilities. This means that before you come to the firm, you should begin to gather together financial information and documentation that you will need to share with your attorney. This documentation should include tax returns and pay statements from employers. You will also want to begin to gather other documents reflecting income including statements from banks and other financial institutions, as well as documents reflecting other assets and liabilities.

If you will be working on a premarital agreement, you might find it helpful to prepare a list of your assets and liabilities. It will assist you in your discussions at the firm if you already have an understanding of what property will be covered in your agreement.

Conservatorship cases also require preparation. As a client, it will be important to understand your goals in the litigation as well as your concerns. Thinking through these in advance and having a list of questions for your attorney will be beneficial to you both.

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