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Gathering information for your military divorce

If you're in the military, a divorce can be complicated. What if you're deployed in the middle of the process? What if your job makes it harder for you to get custody of your children? There are many questions to be asked and challenges to be faced, and the best way to do this is in a logical, systematic manner that starts with gathering information.

You may want to start with financial documentation. You need to discuss how assets are going to be divided, and this begins with declaring those assets. You may need the title for your car or the deed to your property. You may need bank statements showing balances or statements from your broker about your investments.

It's also wise to gather the monthly bills. This can help the judge determine a fair split of your assets, and it also helps with things like child support by showing how much money is needed and how much income is available to both parties.

As a rule of thumb, you want to err on the side of gathering too much information. Get your insurance papers, your tax returns, and any other legal documents you have. It may help to copy all of them so that you can refer to them and use them without risking the originals. Don't worry if it seems like too much, as having more than you need is much better than lacking some crucial piece of paperwork that could have helped your case.

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