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A Marital Separation and Settlement Agreement is a legal binding agreement between you and your spouse, which resolves many issues like, property and debt division, spousal support, insurance coverage, just to name a few.
The Marital Agreement Has Two Primary Purposes:
1. An agreement can settle all of your issues for the period you and your spouse separate until the time of divorce. Some separations can last several months or even years, so it is very important to protect yourself and have all the necessary issues settled between you and your spouse agreed to in writing.
2. An agreement is the final legal document you and your spouse will use to settle all your marital issues in order to get a final judgment or decree for divorce granted by the judge.
It is very difficult to move on with your life without getting the facts in writing, like, who gets what property and who is responsible for what debt, so a Marital Separation and Settlement Agreement outlines the rules in a legally binding format.
Please keep in mind that drafting a Marital Separation & Property Settlement Agreement does not mean you must get a divorce.
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