Are you unsure as to what records you can throw away during the divorce process? This video explains the necessity to keeping track of all spending, even cash, while you’re going through divorce.
When making expenditures or depositing money, keep a thorough record of your transactions. If you use cash, note the purchases in a reliable financial logbook. During divorce proceedings, each spouse will need to make a case for alimony and/or child support, and a detailed financial record is essential to helping show the inflow and expenditure of funds over time.
The divorce process can be lengthy and emotionally challenging, which is why hiring an experienced family law attorney can benefit your case. Southern Illinois residents who are contemplating or undergoing divorce should contact Dixon & Johnston, P.C. by calling (618) 233-1103. Call today to schedule your free and confidential case evaluation at our Belleville location.
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