Organizing Assets, Debts, Lower Your Attorney’s Fees
You and your spouse have acquired a lot of property that must be divided during the dissolution, so utilize our free worksheets to help ease the stress.
Download and complete our Household Inventory, Debt Tracker, and Asset Tracker worksheets to streamline and ease your divorce
If you are in the middle of a divorce, you know one of the most tedious parts of the process is determining, listing, organizing, and assigning responsibility or ownership of the community’s debts, assets, and household property. Whether you are married for five or twenty five years, you and your spouse have acquired a lot of property that must be divided during the dissolution.
One of the easiest ways to work towards settlement, impress the judge, relieve the stress of divorce, and incur less attorney’s fees is to determine and organize your debts, assets, and household property.
Download and print our free >Asset Tracker, Debt Tracker, and Household Inventory Tracker and begin the process of simplifying and easing your divorce. If you are eager to learn how community property laws divide your debts, assets, and household inventory, order our free book Arizona Family Law – The Essential Arizona Divorce Guide or call and speak with our experienced Family Law attorney today.
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