Divorce Planning Session

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If you are facing divorce or separation, you should schedule a Divorce Planning Session with our Memphis divorce attorney.  The Divorce Planning Session is a low-cost educational meeting with our knowledgeable and experienced Memphis divorce attorney aimed at informing you of your divorce options. You have choices when it comes to divorce and separation!  Click here to learn about your divorce options.

 

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How a Divorce Planning Session Can Help You

The Divorce Planning Session will help you understand and manage the legal, financial and emotional aspects of this challenging life transition. During the Divorce Planning Session, we will explore your divorce options to help you make informed decisions about which process will most likely lead to your desired outcomes. By attending a Divorce Planning Session, you will be empowered to take control of your divorce and move forward with your life, with guidance from our Memphis divorce attorney.

 

Who Should Attend

Divorce Planning Sessions are open to all individuals and couples in Tennessee who are contemplating separation or divorce

  • whether married, domestic partners or cohabiting

  • whether same or opposite gender

  • with or without children

 

Topics Covered

During the Divorce Planning Session, you will be provided with up-to-date, unbiased information about:

  • Spousal support, alimony and child support

  • Separate and marital property

  • Tax consequences of divorce

  • Legal and physical custody

  • Impact of separation/divorce on children

 

You will find answers to such questions as:

  • What happens in court?

  • How much time do divorces take?

  • How much do divorces cost?

  • How do you get started?

  • What resources are available to you?

 

Learn About the Divorce Process

 

Learn the advantages and disadvantages of:

  • "Do-it-yourself" Divorce (self-representation)

  • Uncontested Divorce

  • Divorce Mediation

  • Collaborative Divorce

  • Divorce Litigation

 

Learn how to:

  • Talk to your children about divorce

  • Divide your property

  • Pay your bills now and in the future

  • Manage emotions

 

The cost for the divorce planning session is $100.  If you decide to hire our Memphis divorce attorney/ mediator, the cost of your Divorce Planning Session will be credited to the overall cost of your attorney/ mediator fees, making your Divorce Planning Session free in effect!  

 

 If you are interested in retaining our Memphis divorce attorney to mediate your divorce, then you and your spouse will need to attend the Divorce Planning Session together.

If you are contemplating divorce or have made the decision to get divorced,

the first thing you should do is schedule a  Divorce Planning Session with our Memphis, Tennessee divorce attorney.  

When considering a divorce in Tennessee, it is important that you become informed about your legal rights and responsibilities so that you can plan properly for your divorce.  Our Memphis divorce attorney offers a low cost divorce planning session to provide you with an in depth analysis of your situation, helpful legal information, and a divorce strategy tailored to your particular situation to save you time, money, and stress.  The cost of the divorce planning session is $100.  If you decide to retain our Memphis divorce attorney, your divorce planning session fee will be credited towards the overall cost of your legal services, making it free in effect.  Our divorce planning sessions can be completed in our office, by phone, or by video conference.  You may choose the method that is most convenient for you. You can expect your divorce planning session to last from 45 minutes to one hour.

 

We want the time you spend with our divorce attorney to be meaningful and valuable.  That is why when you schedule a divorce planning session, our divorce attorney will send you an email informing you how to prepare for your divorce planning session.  The email will also contain a link to our divorce intake form for you to complete prior to your divorce planning session. 

 

During your divorce planning session, our Memphis divorce attorney will:

  • Review your questionnaire and other relevant documents to gain a thorough understanding of your particular situation;

  • Review any divorce documents that you may have drafted on your own or received from a divorce document preparation company, your spouse, or other attorney;

  • Talk with you to learn more about your situation, your concerns, and your goals;

  • Share our honest thoughts regarding the strengths and weaknesses of your position;

  • Provide you with information relating to alimony, spousal support, distribution of marital assets, distribution of marital debt, child custody, visitation, and child support;

  • Collaborate with you to set realistic goals and develop a divorce strategy tailored to your unique situation and goals;

  • Inform you what divorce options you may benefit from using;

  • Provide you with an estimated cost of your divorce services; and

  • Discuss your payment options.

 

In addition to providing you with legal information, another objective of our divorce planning session is to determine whether or not you and our firm are a good fit for each other.  There are many reasons why we might decide not to represent you, but if we make such a decision, it should never be taken personally. 

 

If we decide you are a good fit for us and you feel likewise, we will discuss your payment options, decide on a payment plan, and execute an Attorney-Client Agreement.  If you would like to take advantage of one of our affordable payment plans, you will need to bring a government issued photo identification, your last two check stubs (or other proof of income), a copy of your last bank statement, and a debit or credit card with you to your divorce planning session. The payments for your attorney fees will be automatically drafted from the debit or credit card you provide in accordance with the payment plan you choose. 

 

 Please note that your divorce planning session is confidential and subject to the attorney-client privilege, even if you do not retain our Memphis divorce attorney.

 

If you are interested in having our divorce attorney act as a neutral third party and mediate your divorce, then you and your spouse will have to attend the Divorce Planning Session together.

What is a Divorce Planning Session?

A Divorce Planning Session is a meeting with our attorney aimed at developing a divorce plan that works best for you and your family. During your Tennessee Divorce Planning Session, our Tennessee divorce attorney will answer your divorce questions, provide you with legal information, and give you an overview of what to anticipate in regards to the divorce process, matters pertaining to the minor children of the marriage, division of your assets and liabilities, child support, spousal support, attorney fees, and court costs and expenses.   If you decide to purchase our  divorce services at the end of your divorce planning session, our Memphis Divorce attorney will also work with you to develop an affordable payment schedule that considers your income and personal budget. 

How much does a Divorce Planning Session Cost?

The fee for the Divorce Planning Session is $100.  If you decide to retain our attorney during your Divorce Planning Session, your planning session fee will be credited to the overall cost of your attorney fees, making your divorce consultation free in effect.

What if I am not located in Memphis?

Our law office is located in Memphis, Tennessee, but serves all of Tennessee. If you are not located in Memphis, our Tennessee divorce attorney will be happy to meet with you via phone or video conference to conduct your Divorce Consulation.  Please note that you will need access to internet if you schedule a divorce consultation by phone or video conference.

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The Four Core Areas of Divorce

Throughout the divorce process, you will have to make many decisions that may have an immense effect on you, your finances, and your children.  There are four core areas that you will have to make decisions regarding.  They are child custody and visitation, child support, the division of marital property, and spousal support.  Click the links below to learn more about each of the core areas of a divorce.

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  • How child custody is determined in Tennessee,

  • How child visitation is determined in Tennessee,

  • How child support is determined in Tennessee,

  • How alimony is determined in Tennessee,

  • How property is divided in a Tennessee divorce,

  • How to maintain control throughout the divorce process,

  • How to reduce tension between you and your spouse,

  • How to protect your finances throughout the divorce process, and

  • How to protect your children throughout the divorce process.

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Our law office is located in Memphis, Tennessee, but we also serve all of Shelby County, Tennessee including Bartlett, Germantown, Collierville, Millington, Shelby Forest, Lakeland, Eades, Fisherville, Arlington, and Rosemark, Tennessee.

 

 

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