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Staying organized can help when dealing with property division

On Behalf of | May 16, 2018 | Property Division |

When individuals get married, the last thing they typically think will happen is a divorce. However, many couples find themselves in divorce court years later because spouses cannot resolve their irreconcilable differences. Nonetheless, a willingness to be proactive may help with navigating divorce issues, such as property division, in Pennsylvania.

Being organized is critical during a divorce proceeding, as the more disorganized a spouse is, the more time he or she wastes, and time is money. An important step in getting organized is locating key documents early on. In fact, it may behoove a divorcing spouse to place these important documents in a binder that is indexed and labeled to make locating certain documents easier.

In the same way, it may help to brainstorm questions as soon as possible and then send these questions to an attorney all at once via email. This is much more efficient than sending random questions at various times. Being more organized when it comes to posing questions will lead to quicker responses, thus enabling a spouse to more rapidly make divorce-related decisions and, ultimately, move on with his or her own life.

The divorce process is anything but easy, especially if two spouses are not in agreement with how to handle property division. However, they may simplify the process by a willingness to reach a settlement agreement outside of court rather than going to divorce trial. An attorney in Pennsylvania can provide the guidance needed to attain the most personally favorable outcome given the circumstances surrounding the marital breakup.

Source:, “6 strategies to get a divorce without going broke“, Lorie Konish, May 10, 2018