At the Preliminary Conference, both sides will meet and discuss the pertinent issues of the divorce.
The judge will often join the PC and address the parties, ask questions, and learn more about the issues.
The sides will exchange statements of net worth, and fill out a Preliminary Conference form where the specific matters related to the action will be identified and discussed.
The Preliminary Conference is the first step in dissolving a marriage, and the Preliminary Conference form will help to establish a timeline for the completion of the divorce.
Depending on how far apart each spouse is on given issues, and how willing the two parties are to negotiate with one another, the PC can indicate a difficult divorce ahead, or a relatively business-like exchange.
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