Tip 10 Set up a roadmap for the litigation.
Every executive should have a solid strategic plan. In many ways, a divorce can have so many aspects that trying to manage it is like trying to manage a company. The good litigation plan will set clear goals. The litigation plan should address short-term goals (for example – who gets to live in the house, how much money can I spend, etc), final goals (for example – preserving separate property, primary custody of kids, child support, etc.), and a post-divorce litigation plan, if relevant (for example – how custody can later be changed, enforcing the divorce decree property division, etc.).