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A marital Settlement Agreement is a written contract between parties to a divorce case as to how property and debts will be divided, what child and spousal support will be ordered by the court, if applicable, what custody orders will be made, and who will pay the attorney's fees. it is then either made an exhibit to the judgment entered in the divorce case, or its terms recited in the judgment.
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Can you get a post-marital agreement in Florida that will protect you financially without your husband's signature if you and your husband have been separated for 8 months?
No. Any agreement has to be "agreed" to by both parties.
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If so it will be noted in the decree
You are embarking on the treacherous course of contract law, which is confusing and goofy and full of legal mumbo-jumbo. If it's an important matter involving property, …significant sums of money or partnerships of various kinds with people, seek legal advice.
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Remedies to non custodial parent when custodial parent ties visitation to monetary issues not part of the marital settlement agreement?
Parents each have specific Rights and Duties when it comes to raising a child. The Rights of the parents are things such as the right to a healthy relationship with the …child, the right to visit an absent child, the right to communicate to the absent child. Each parent also has Duties with regard to their child.; to provide for the health and wellbeing of the child. Typically the Custodial parent provides the home and the Absent Parent provides financial resources to aid in ensuring that the health and wellbeing of the child is at a level they were accustomed to when the family was "one unit" The Rights and Duties are not interchangeable and are not reliant upon one another. They stand on their own. The rights do not affect the duties and the duties do not affect the rights. Neither parent can legally take away anothers right or duty to a child. (Only a Court can do that) In other words, a custodial parent cannot take away your rights to see a child even if you have failed in your duty to support. On the flip side, you cannot relinquish your duty to support if the cutodial parent has tried to thwart your efforts to excercise your right to visit the child. They may try, but they would be in violation of the visitation and custody order.
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what is the usual and customary amount for support when no children are involved, the spouse is 72 and hasn't worked in over 10 years, the spouse having to pay the support… is the wife, makes approximately $115K per year. I know there are probably a million other questions to answer but that is the beginning
What is the difference between a separation agreement for property child support and the final judement of dissolution of marriage?
A separation agreement addresses immediate issues, but is basically nullified and replaced by the final judgment of dissolution of marraige. Separation says this is what we th…ink is a fair assessment of the situation, a dissolution says we've had a chance to examine everything and this is what we are saying is fair, deal with it.
No, the marital agreement settlement only applies to jointly owned property. The couple must be granted a final dissolution of marriage from the court.
How does having a new baby and buying a house affect an existing marital settlement agreement in California all other things being equal?
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You notarized your own signature in your marital settlement agreement back in 1992 does that make the msa null and void and legally you were never divorced?
A notary cannot legally witness/authorize his or her own signature on any document in which he or she is a party to the action(s),as it could be construed as a conflict of int…erest and said notary is to be an impartial participant. Whether or not it would negate the settlement agreement is subject to the laws of the state in which the action took place. In most instances it would be grounds for request of dismissal of the terms of said agreement dependent upon whether or not the original settlement resulted in theire being an "injured party". The best option is to consult with a qualified attorney before taking any other action related to the event.
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