There are many documents that are important for your divorce lawyer to have so that they are able to present your case effectively. Some are obvious, like tax records and bank statements, and some are less obvious, like your child’s report cards.
Many times during a divorce, the court’s decision will come down to what is on paper. They are crucial to saving you and your attorney time and money during the divorce and make it more likely the result of the case will be fair and beneficial to both parties.
What You Need
The following documents can all be used in your divorce case and may indicate important information that will be in your favor. Even documents that seem trivial could end up being a deciding factor. Many of these documents are crucial to dividing property accurately and fairly between both spouses.
- Credit Card Statements
- Business Agreements
- Online Dating Profiles
- Children’s School Records
- Children’s Artwork
This list is not complete, and your qualified North Carolina divorce attorney will be able to tell you exactly what documents are needed depending on your case.
Timeliness is Key
The divorce process takes awhile. In order to file for absolute divorce in North Carolina, there is a lot of waiting. The time it will take will depend on not only the court’s calendar but also your timeliness in completing the necessary “homework” beforehand.
The quicker you can get these documents to your attorney, the better chance you have of not delaying the case or having it last longer than necessary. Sometimes, taking too long to provide this paperwork can result in setbacks in your case. Avoid unnecessary delays by making getting your documents to your attorney in a timely manner.
Trust Your Attorney
Ultimately, having an experienced divorce attorney helping you gather everything you need for your case will be the most important step in receiving a favorable outcome.
We understand that filing for divorce is not always an easy decision, and it is often a very emotional situation. Our experience in working with clients going through these tough times has helped us to prepare to help you through the whole process, from start to finish.
Let our team of knowledgeable attorneys advocate for you and help you navigate the complicated issues that may arise during the divorce process. Give us a call today at 704-512-0606 to set up a consultation.