What to Do Before Your Divorce
Contact a Los Angeles Divorce Attorney
Are you facing a
divorce in Los Angeles and are unsure where to start? It's vital that you
understand the basics of the divorce process and assemble your team to
help you through this difficult time. Backed by legal knowledge and assistance,
a difficult process can be made smoother, and you can be confident that
you're making the right decisions.
Practical Steps to Take Before Filling
Prior to filing,
we advise you to read as much material on California divorce law as possible. Well-informed clients are better able to assist their attorneys in a
case, helping to make a favorable result more likely. It also helps discussing
your options with your Los Angeles divorce attorney.
At Castellanos & Associates, APLC we advise many clients who are preparing
for divorce to:
- Open a new checking and savings account at a different bank, and keep it
separate from any joint accounts you may have with your spouse.
- Open a post office box so you can receive confidential mail from consulting
divorce attorneys. In addition, any new credit card or bank statements
can be forwarded your post office box rather than having them sent to
Begin the process of gathering some important financial records such as
tax returns for the past 5 years. You can learn more at
how to prepare for your initial consultation on this web site.
- Open new credit cards solely in your name to begin to establish credit.
- Begin documenting all of your personal property.
Schedule a FREE Consultation Today
Castellanos & Associates, APLC provides a
free initial consultation to prospective clients. We can even advise people who need help with more
specialized aspects of law in Los Angeles, such as the standard family
law restraining orders that prohibit certain financial transactions at
the beginning of your divorce.
It's highly advised that you consult with a Los Angeles divorce lawyer
before making any changes to your financial status, property, or business
matters before initiating the proceedings. Some actions you may take may
be forbidden in court and could hurt your case.
Make sure you're taking the right steps:
call a dedicated Los Angeles divorce attorney today!