The Divorce History form is a document that is used as the basis for discussion during a divorce process. In it you will document your marital situation, your individual and common assets, child care and rearing issues, and other information critical to equitable resolution.
If you take the time to complete this document, it will save you several hours of time with your attorney. Coming into an office prepared is the best way to save time, money and peace of mind..
These forms should be printed and completed prior to your visit.
The process of planning your estate requires that you must take time to think about your assets and how you wish to have them handled after you are gone. This document is the first step to take in that preparation.
Completing this form prior to your meeting with an attorney will allow you to spend precious time discussing your wishes, rather than completing the form.