10 Things You Should Bring to Your Alimony Consultation with an Attorney

1.  A list of your monthly expenses
2.  Your most recent bank statements
3.  Your spouse’s social security number
4.  Your spouse’s home address
5.  Your spouse’s work address
6.  Any evidence you have of your spouse’s income
7.  Any information you have regarding your spouse’s retirement plans or work related investments
8.  Copies of your most recent joint tax returns
9.  Any documentation you have regarding your debts and other financial obligations
10.  Any information you have regarding spouse’s monthly expenses

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