Planning For Divorce In Rhode Island

Planning For Divorce In Rhode Island

Susan T. Perkins, Esq., Can Help You In The Process of Planning for Divorce in Rhode Island

Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful things in your life, and we certainly don’t envy those who have to go through it. At the Law Office of Susan T. Perkins Esq., we understand that planning for divorce in Rhode Island can be a harrowing experience, especially if you stand a chance of being financially devastated in the process. However, we at the Law Office of Susan T. Perkins, Esq., have helped many people in the process of planning for divorce in Rhode Island, and we’d be pleased to help you with the process, as well.

What are some of the steps to take in planning for divorce in Rhode Island?

When planning for divorce in Rhode Island, especially one where there is a huge financial stake for one or both parties, we recommend the following course of action.

Assess your credit

One of the first things you need to do when planning for divorce in Rhode Island is to assess your credit. The sooner you can assess what sort of damage your credit can (or will) suffer, the better you will be able to defend yourself against the inevitable onslaught that will come in the process.

Transfer as many assets as you can into your own name

Communal property, of course, cannot and should not get divided – or put into your own name – without coming to a legally binding resolution with your soon-to-be spouse. However, when planning for divorce in Rhode Island, it is absolutely essential to get your own bank accounts and credit cards. This will help you establish financial independence outside of your soon-to-be ex-spouse.

Assemble a top-notch professional legal team

By no means is anything contained within this blog meant to be construed as legal advice, and neither are past results meant to guarantee future success. However, one of the most important aspects of planning for divorce in Rhode Island is to assemble a top-notch professional legal team that includes the Law Office of Susan T. Perkins, Esq. We offer a free, no obligation consultation for all prospective clients, so we can discuss the details of your unique divorce case. For more information on how we can help you with the process of planning for divorce in Rhode Island, contact us today.