Keep copies of signed, FILED AND STAMPED affidavits, court orders and notice of motions but DESTROY all drafts.-keeping drafts will confuse you plus they have no legal relevance and can’t be used for anything 3.Keep copies of transcripts from your examination or discoveries -transcripts are the records of discovery questions and answers (yours and your ex’s) word for word -they cost you money but are worth every penny as they are ‘gold’ as far as evidence for any future actions in your divorce. Print out bills and emails from your lawyer immediately -waiting to print out documents means we forget about them because they’re not on our actual desk or in the binder -having hard copies of these important documents means quick access and not spending hours trying to find them in with our tons of files on the computer -if your computer crashes you’ll have everything in print (my computer just crashed the other day and it’s disconcerting to think your important information is inaccessible, even for a few days! Copy all bills and emails from your lawyer on to a USB stick.-keep only your legal stuff on the one usb stick for quick reference to your files from any computer 6.
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