Family Law Tools

Understanding that your divorce or separation also means difficult challenges ahead for your financial security and the well-being of your children is key. At Suzanne Baker-Steele, Attorney At Law, P.L.L.C., one of the main “tools” we offer is answers to your questions. We provide personalized attention to your circumstances to get a complete understanding of the best method to help you meet your goals.

We help you gather your thoughts as well as your important documents necessary to proceed with your pursuit of divorce, spousal maintenance, child support and custody. The essential information you will need to gather includes:

  • Financial information: federal and state tax returns, bank, stocks, bonds or investment account statements
  • Retirement savings: IRAs, 401(k)s, pension, Social Security statements
  • Real estate holdings: primary home, vacation rentals, business property
  • Assets: Vehicles, boats, trust interest, art collections, jewelry, computers
  • Outstanding bills: car loans, student loans, credit cards, medical bills

Legal agreements such as your prenuptial or premarital agreement, divorce decrees from other marriages, power of attorney, wills and other legal documents that may be subject to updating should also be addressed. We can help you do that.

We Provide Tools To Help You Get Organized For Best Results

We provide a client intake form to help you organize the essential information so your legal documents will not be rejected for missing vital information about your household and personal expenses, child care costs, vehicles, mortgages, securities, life insurance values, retirement accounts, collectibles and liabilities such as credit card debts or judgments owed. Another tool we provide is a financial declaration form to complete.

Contact Suzanne Baker-Steele, Attorney At Law, P.L.L.C., Today

These tools are important preliminary guidelines. With your comprehensive information in place, we work with you to determine the best strategy for developing suitable settlement agreements. We will stand by your side every step of the way to ensure your rights are protected. Email our firm or call us at 228-206-2055.

Family Law Tools

Understanding that your divorce or separation also means difficult challenges ahead for your financial security and the well-being of your children is key. At Suzanne Baker-Steele, Attorney At Law, P.L.L.C., one of the main “tools” we offer is answers to your questions. We provide personalized attention to your circumstances to get a complete understanding of the best method to help you meet your goals.

We help you gather your thoughts as well as your important documents necessary to proceed with your pursuit of divorce, spousal maintenance, child support and custody. The essential information you will need to gather includes:

  • Financial information: federal and state tax returns, bank, stocks, bonds or investment account statements
  • Retirement savings: IRAs, 401(k)s, pension, Social Security statements
  • Real estate holdings: primary home, vacation rentals, business property
  • Assets: Vehicles, boats, trust interest, art collections, jewelry, computers
  • Outstanding bills: car loans, student loans, credit cards, medical bills

Legal agreements such as your prenuptial or premarital agreement, divorce decrees from other marriages, power of attorney, wills and other legal documents that may be subject to updating should also be addressed. We can help you do that.

We Provide Tools To Help You Get Organized For Best Results

We provide a client intake form to help you organize the essential information so your legal documents will not be rejected for missing vital information about your household and personal expenses, child care costs, vehicles, mortgages, securities, life insurance values, retirement accounts, collectibles and liabilities such as credit card debts or judgments owed. Another tool we provide is a financial declaration form to complete.

Contact Suzanne Baker-Steele, Attorney At Law, P.L.L.C., Today

These tools are important preliminary guidelines. With your comprehensive information in place, we work with you to determine the best strategy for developing suitable settlement agreements. We will stand by your side every step of the way to ensure your rights are protected. Email our firm or call us at 228-206-2055.