Buying time and saving money

Meeting your lawyer for the first time is daunting. There is so much that you will want to convey in such little time. By using the Divorce Answered Separation Statement, you will be able to present the facts in an organised manner so that you can address the more pressing questions of your divorce.

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When Child Support isn't enough

Some separated parents want to offer more to their child(ren) than just the minimum child support. The Divorce Answered Binding Child Support Agreement allows you to nominate additional funds to specific items in your child’s life. Again, saving you time and thousands of dollars, this Agreement keeps you in control of what you want to offer.

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Just a click away...

Why pay someone else to create a Parenting Plan/Orders that you know you want? Save thousands of dollars with Divorce Answered’s “click-the-clause” Parenting Plan. It is simple to use, detailed and allows you to control the parenting agreement.

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Preparation is key to an organised divorce

Separation is an emotional time. The Divorce Answered Separation Checklist guides you with things to do and consider make separating a little less overwhelming while allowing you to grieve the end of the relationship. Best of all it is offered to you for FREE!

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Two homes, double the cost

From the outset of separation, the cost of keeping two homes in the family drastically changes the financial implications. Divorce Answered created a Budget Tool for you which is FREE and offers an insight into your income and expenditure. Don’t wait until you are in debt before you make necessary financial changes. (This product is launching soon!)

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Knowledge is power

Know your rights! By having relevant information readily available, you will be able to drive your divorce process. Divorce Answered has a growing range of e-books full of details, tips and how-to which will help you feel more confident when working with your lawyer and/or ex-partner.

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