ADAM on Filing for Divorce

ADAM on Filing for Divorce from American Divorce Association For Men

By: American Divorce Association For Men  05/20/2014
Keywords: Divorce, Divorce Attorney, Family Law Attorney

ADAM has over 25 years of experience helping men better manage divorce. We understand that starting the process of getting a divorce can be stressful, so we’re happy to provide a quick guide to filing for divorce. 1. Make an appointment with a lawyer. While you may feel as though you can manage your own divorce without the added expense of a lawyer, the simple truth of the matter is that working with an experienced attorney will ultimately save you time, money, and headaches as you work through your divorce. It will be especially helpful to have legal representation if you know that you’ll have to handle issues related to custody of children, child support, or alimony. Making use of a legal professional is also extremely helpful if you do not have a robust knowledge of your state’s laws surrounding the dissolution of marriages. Find a well-respected family law attorney in your area, like any of the lawyers at ADAM, and schedule a consultation. 2. Come to your consultation appointment with as much information as possible. It will be important that you come armed with information about income, debts, and assets, and be ready to explain what items/assets belong specifically to your and specifically to your wife. Debts to consider include student loan and credit card debts. Assets to consider include expensive jewelry, cars, houses, or financial and retirement accounts. All of this information will be extremely helpful for both you and your lawyer. 3. Work with your lawyer to complete all paperwork required to officially file for divorce. Once all necessary paperwork is complete, you will begin the negotiation process with your soon-to-be former wife. Filing for divorce does not have to become a problem. If you’re a man thinking of filing for divorce in the state of Michigan, feel free to reach out to any of ADAM’s capable and experienced attorneys for guidance towards proper first steps. About ADAM (American Divorce Association for Men) The American Divorce Association for Men (ADAM) is a group of highly qualified attorneys who advocate for men’s rights in divorce, child custody and parenting time, paternity, support, property settlement, post judgment modifications, and other family law matters. Since 1988, ADAM has been aggressive, diligent, and uncompromising when representing their clients. A team of compassionate and skilled family law attorneys, ADAM is dedicated to being Michigan’s leading divorce attorneys for men and practices a policy of integrity in all dealings.

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