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Practical Divorce

Practical divorce is a process that honors an appropriate, sensible and likely to be effective process. The process must be thorough enough to provide equitable settlement and closure

Practical Divorce is a ten point process, which may be seamless, ending in a smooth transition to singlehood.  More often there are one or two bumps requiring more emphasis in order to move forward.  Practical Divorce honors the unique formulation of each uncoupling partnership.

 


 

1. Decision to Divorce

2. Discovery and Disclosure

3. Agreement to Accept Information

4. Establish Financial Assumptions  

5. Individual Cash Flow Plan for Post Divorce Valuable Life

6. Proposals for Settlement

7. Mediation

8. Settlement Agreement

9. Document Preparation

10. Filing with Family Court