How To Use
Pre-divorce agreements can save a ton of time, money, and emotional pain.
The paying party needs the time and emotional freedom to earn the money to fund the agreement. This is a factor often misunderstood by the receiving party. Lawyers can easily fan the flames and consume the family assets in a fight or worse yet, a war, over what there is.
If one party or the other has not provided clear and complete disclosure of assets, then that part of the agreement can be challenged easily and overturned frequently while leaving the rest in place so the parties can get on with their future life and responsibilities.
- Make multiple copies. Get multiple witnesses. Hold firm to the agreement should lawyers arise on the other side. The more aggressive the lawyer on the other side, the wiser it is to hang on to this agreement.