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Let’s face it – divorce is not easy. It’s emotionally stressful, and it involves the division of assets and debts. A lot of us hate paperwork and in a divorce, that’s half the battle.

If you’re on the brink of divorce, we have good news for you. The more prepared you are, the easier the process will be. As someone headed towards divorce, it’s important that you immediately become educated on the following matters under Pennsylvania law:

If you’re worried about any of the above issues, please understand that knowledge is power. The more you understand about your rights and responsibilities, the more at ease you’ll be during the divorce process and the less you’ll wonder about the outcome.

Time to Get Organized

What’s the easiest way to keep your divorce simple and efficient? For starters, be organized and second, work with your spouse to achieve an amicable divorce. To be organized, you’ll need to make copies of all of your financial documents, organize them and provide the information to your attorney. You will need to gather the following types of information for your divorce attorney:

  • Bank statements
  • 401(k) or IRA statements
  • Investments
  • Mortgage documents
  • Auto loans
  • Life insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Credit card statements
  • Stocks and bonds
  • Real estate holdings
  • Boats, RVs and ATVs

At Cairns Law Offices, we help people obtain divorces for just $299. We are only able to provide such low-cost services when couples are willing to work together to achieve an affordable, no-fault divorce. If you and your spouse are willing to do what it takes to have an amicable divorce, we’d be happy to help you obtain that goal.

Related: “How to Have a Positive Divorce”

To learn more about our low-cost divorce services, we invite you to contact our firm to speak with a Pennsylvania no-fault divorce attorney for free.

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