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MARITAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENTS AND SEPARATION AGREEMENTS

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A Marital Settlement Agreement is a contract that resolves all property division, support and other economic issues associated with the dissolution of a marriage.

If the parties can agree on how to distribute their property and debt, a Marital Settlement Agreement can be created to settle economic claims. Alimony claims and other economic issues can also be addressed in these agreements. Parties have the option of resolving their economic differences by written agreement or they can choose to have the court make a decision. In most cases, court involvement is very expensive and not everyone will be happy with the ultimate result.

The majority of divorce cases are resolved by Marital Settlement Agreements because this options provides the parties with control and eliminates expensive legal fees. Attorney Mehaffie is experienced in drafting enforceable Marital Settlement Agreement that includes important provisions that provide protections for you.

A Separation Agreement is a written agreement between spouses who intend to separate and possibly divorce. These contracts provide an agreed upon plan for payment of expenses, preserving / maintaining property, and other interim matters. Attorney Mehaffie has drafted many Separation Agreements that provide her clients with certainty and a sense of structure during separation.

WE HELP YOU CREATE AN ENFORCEABLE MARITAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT THAT IS CUSTOMIZED FOR YOUR INDIVIDUAL CIRCUMSTANCES

Attorney Mehaffie regularly helps clients create Marital Settlement Agreements. She prides herself in carefully drafting creative agreements to protect individuals  in divorce cases. She is skilled at negotiating sensitive issues that arise in divorce matters. She is effective in producing clear legally enforceable Marital Settlement Agreements that clients can trust.

For a private meeting to discuss your case please contact the Law Office of Debra R. Mehaffie by calling (717) 790-2403.