This is an attorney-drafted marital settlement agreement that is legally enforceable in all Courts within the United States.
This is an attorney-drafted marital settlement agreement that is legally enforceable in all Courts within the United States. Get peace of mind knowing that this Agreement is legally binding and includes provisions an attorney would include if you were represented.
Make this process easier on yourself with this agreement!
For who is this Agreement for?
This Agreement is for two people who are divorcing and would like to be clear on the settlement terms.
This form is for divorces where the parties acquired marital assets and/or liabilities during the marriage, AND agree to how they will divide said assets/liabilities.
Specific terms include: what will happen to the marital home; joint bank accounts; and cars naming both the husband and wife (or wife/wife, husband/husband) on the title.
If you and your spouse have NO property and NO debt under both names, please check out the form titled–Marital Settlement Agreement **NO KIDS/PROPERTY**, which can also be found in our online store 🙂
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About the Template:
This is an attorney-prepared agreement that is legally binding to the parties who sign it.
Your purchase comes with a complementary workbook-style PDF with instructions and additional information regarding your agreement.
How to use it:
1. Download the agreement
2. Replace the highlighted text with your information
3. Review & make any additional changes
4. Export as PDF
5. Send to your spouse for final approval
6. Once approved, sign it in front of a notary and two witnesses
7. File it with the Court.
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