Drafting Legal Separation Agreements With DBM Law
A separation agreement states the terms and conditions agreed upon by both parties when separating. Having an experienced divorce lawyer draft your separation agreement can ensure that both parties are aware of each part of the agreement, that the agreement is fair, and will stand up in Court.
Some common items included in a legal separation agreement are the division of property, child support and custody, and spousal support. These terms can have a profound impact on the rest of your life, which is why we strongly recommend having a separation agreement lawyer draft or review your agreement before you sign anything. If you are looking for a consultation with any of our family lawyers, don’t hesitate to reach out. Our experienced team is always available to provide sound legal advice to guide you through the creation of your agreement.
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Drafting Legal Separation Agreements
Legally, a separation agreement is not required to be drafted by a lawyer, however, it is strongly recommended. Separation agreements drafted using online templates or handwritten do not often stand up in Court and can lead to costly and drawn-out Court battles. Having an agreement drafted by a divorce lawyer can ensure that your agreement is legally sound and will hold up in a Court of law.
Some terms included in a separation agreement are:
- Child Support and Custody
- Spousal Support
- Division of Property
- Division of Debts
Our divorce lawyers are always available to help you draft a legal separation agreement. Contact our team for a consultation today.
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