Are you seeking a hassle-free divorce process with clear settlement terms? Our attorney-drafted Marital Settlement Agreement, legally enforceable across all U.S Courts, is here to help. Enjoy peace of mind knowing this Agreement is legally binding and incorporates essential provisions an attorney would add if you sought representation.
Our Marital Settlement Agreement is an ideal solution for couples undergoing a simple divorce, involving no shared property, joint bank accounts, or children. It effectively addresses scenarios with no joint assets like vehicles, bank accounts, or credit cards.
Specific provisions include terms like no alimony, independent ownership of personal property, and individual responsibility for debt. It ensures a clean break for both parties, offering simplicity and clarity in an otherwise stressful process.
For couples with shared property or joint debts, please review our Marital Settlement Agreement with Property, also available in our online store.
If you have queries or suggestions for improvements, we encourage you to reach out to us.
Our legally binding attorney-prepared agreement comes with a complementary workbook-style PDF offering clear instructions and further information about your Agreement.
Steps to use it:
- Download the Agreement.
- Insert your details in the highlighted sections.
- Review and implement necessary changes.
- Export as a PDF.
- Share with your spouse for final approval.
- Upon approval, sign it in front of a notary and two witnesses.
- File it with the Court.
Although we are lawyers, the purchase of this form does not establish an attorney-client relationship between us. We have worked hard on making instructions in an easy-to-read fashion. Please reach out if you need more information or have questions!
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