1) Review your future housing plans and single-income budget
2) Document your belongings whether they are his, hers, yours, or ours
3) Secure copies of important documents like birth certificates, your marriage license, insurance policies, retirement statements, and more
4) Contact a divorce attorney near you or begin working with a divorce coach
Dominating your divorce means you are in full control and informed about the process. The more information you have the better prepared you’ll be!
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