Going through a divorce is a stressful time in anyone’s life. When the judge pronounces “You are divorced”, there’s the immediate reaction of relief and a sense of finality.
For some people, when they leave the Court, it is final. However, for many others there is still a lot of work left to do. If you’re one of the lucky ones with work left to do, it’s helpful to have a checklist after your divorce.
Some divorces result in further litigation after the divorce. What you don’t want to happen is end up in post-divorce enforcement litigation because you or your spouse did not do all the things that you both agreed to do or were ordered to do.
With that said, here is a checklist of things for you to think through and do after your divorce is complete.
In All Divorces
Property and Monetary Issues
Child Related Issues
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This post-divorce checklist does not cover every issue that may arise after a divorce. However, if you follow all of these items on the checklist, the odds of you avoiding court after your divorce definitely improve. If you need to visit with a lawyer concerning something that happened after your divorce, then contact the family law attorneys at Hayes, Berry, White & Vanzant. Give us a call to set up a consultation at (940) 387-3518, or contact us here.
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