Updated: Jul 28, 2020
A few things to consider...
1. Schedule your free consultation to learn what mediation is and what to expect from the first session and the process as a whole.
2. Think about what you want to achieve, how you see 'this' resolving and where you would like this mediation to go.
In preparation for your divorce mediation it will be helpful if you begin gathering the following information and documentation. It is not necessary to have all of this information for the first session.
Most recent wage stubs
All W2 statements for last 2 years
Federal and State Personal Income Tax Returns
Business Interests. Income Tax Returns and supporting schedules and any corresponding buy/sell agreements.
All statements of any income taxes owed
Real Estate Tax Statement
Children's Tax Returns
Real Estate. Marital Home fair market value, mortgage balance and any other real property owned by either spouse including time shares or commercial real property.
Any statements of rental or any other income
Interests in IRA's annuities, retirement and pension plans, trusts, etc.
The type of degree and or professional license obtained during course of marriage
The amount of life insurance and the cash value of that insurance.
Installment credit accounts such as credit cards, bank loans, and the like.
Balances on any mortgages, loans, back taxes, auto loans, life insurance or retirement plan loans or any other outstanding debt