Although most people in California who are about to get a divorce, or who are in the middle of a divorce case, have so many concerns going through their minds that it can be hard to keep it all straight, the fact is that financial concerns are oftentimes at the forefront. There is no denying the potential financial impact that a divorce can have on any given couple.

Fortunately, there are some tips that our readers may want to consider as they think about the financial issues in their own potential or ongoing divorce cases. A recent news article provided an extensive list of ideas that may help.

For starters, organization is crucial. Some people may be able to keep everything involved in the divorce case organized well on their computers or tablets, while others may prefer to go with “hard copies” of all of the relevant documents in the case, such as tax returns, bank statements and business records. Staying on top of credit card information is important as well, so gathering up statements and determining the level of debt you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse face is a key part of organization.

But, the important financial tips don’t stop there. As the recent article noted, most people will want to closely analyze their income, expenses and debts, and then try to figure out what post-divorce finances will look like. It is important to be specific with these numbers, as they will play a crucial role in setting up a new budget. In all, splitting finances is one of the most important parts of a divorce case, so getting it all right and fair will have an impact for years to come in many cases.