Filing for Divorce On Your Own - What You Should Know
Our 3 hour live training is held over 3 days, starting at 7:00 P.M. CST on June 1st, June 8th and June 15th. The training consists of:
● Each of the 3 sessions is 60 minutes long:
▶︎ 50 minutes of training
▶︎ 10 minutes of Q&A.
● BONUS: CLASS WORKBOOK!
▶︎ Class "fill-in-the-blank" workbook. A format that outlines the class for you so you don't spend precious time trying to write down the Instructor's every word.
▶︎ It's a class reference at your finger tips.
▶︎ It also includes areas for note taking and comments.
What You'll Get
Here's what you'll learn when you invest in this training -
✅ Prep time. The "do's and don'ts" before you even say anything to your spouse about divorce.
✅ Getting to know your way around the Law Library. How your law librarian can be the best person to know at the courthouse.
✅ Where to find low-cost or free DIY divorce resources in your area.
✅ Find out where and how to file your papers. Paperless verses "old school" courthouse.
✅ Learn which papers you need to start.
✅ What you may want to ask for in your divorce papers.
✅ Know where to look to find out how much it's going to cost you to file your papers.
✅ How to set a hearing date. Knowing if you need a hearing right away. Who to talk to get one scheduled.
✅ How to serve your husband with the papers (pros and cons of using a public or private process server).
✅ Discovery - the process of getting information from your husband about assets and debts you accumulated during your marriage.
✅ What is mediation? How it's the cheapest, fastest option to finishing your case.
✅ What information should you have before mediation?
✅ What are the things to make sure you ask for in mediation?
✅ Retirement accounts. How to approach handling dividing the accounts. Whether you need an expert to help you calculate the amount that should be split between you.
✅ Your house. What you should know if you need to sell it or you want to stay in it.
✅ What happens if you don't settle your case in mediation?
✅ How to start to prepare for final trial (if mediation doesn't work).
✅ Know what things should be included in your divorce papers.
✅ How to finish your case.
✅ Tying up loose ends after the judge signs your papers.