Posted on Nov 20, 2019

Assalone & Associates, LLC

At What Point In A Divorce Process Do We Actually Sign Divorce Papers?

The only thing two parties would sign, as a result of their divorce, would be a marital settlement agreement or a property settlement agreement. They are not required in all divorce cases and you usually see them when parties have agreements around custody or property. In that agreement, which is treated like a contract, you will see items like a plan to sell the house and divide the proceeds, a parenting plan, and a holiday plan. An agreement around property is carved in stone. There’s no changing those agreements unless it’s by the mutual agreement of the divorcing parties.
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