Divorce FAQ: Frequently Asked
Answers to many common divorce questions.
Women in divorce often overlook valuable assets in the final
Divorce Information for
Learn the four greatest concerns for men in divorce.
Divorce Basics - Empower Yourself
With Information to Survive Your Divorce
A summary of the legal process in divorce.
A Divorce Plan Case Study
A sample case study is shown. See how an equitable division
of property in divorce is often difficult to obtain.
What is Considered
Property in a Divorce?
Learn the difference between marital and separate properties.
Divorce: Prenuptial Agreements
Prenups are becoming much more common with couples who are
marrying for the second or third time and already have some
assets and/or children they want to protect.
How Do We Divide the
Property and Assets in Divorce?
Dividing your property and assets is not simple and straightforward.
Learn the things to pay attention to.
Can I Do
It Without a Lawyer?
Learn the circumstances where you need a lawyer for your divorce
and when you don't need a lawyer for your divorce.
How Do We Divide the
Learn the three different ways that you can deal with a family
business during your divorce.
Learn how to make the process and the settlement be as equitable
and as painless as possible.
and Arbitration Options
Learn more options for settling your case and not going to
Divorce Bank Account
Blues - What Happens to Your Marital Debt During a Divorce
Dealing with debt and possible bankruptcy.
Checklist To Do and Review
After Getting a Divorce
Personal, legal and financial documents that need to be updated
after your divorce.
Don'ts in the Court Room
When it is time to actually appear in court, a number of do's
and don'ts can help make you more believable to the judge,
as well as to yourself.
Junk or Fortune?
Buried treasures seem to be found in everyone's home, you
just need to know where to look.
Even Smart People Make in Divorce
"I had no idea that should be considered!"
Assets: Ways to Be a Super Sleuther
Helpful ways to find hidden documentation in your divorce.
Things the Noncustodial
Parent Can Do to Stay in Touch with the Kids.
If you don't have custody of your child, staying close to
your child can be a challenge but it's not impossible.
Carol Ann Wilson, LLC
Certified Financial Divorce Specialist
906 Cranberry Court, Longmont, CO 80503