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Marital and Separation Settlement Agreements

Giving You the Final Say

After you decide to get a divorce, you are faced with an onslaught of logistical questions: Who do the kids live with? Who gets to keep the house? Who gets to keep the car? Who will pay off the credit cards?

While you can solve these issues through divorce litigation, you can also put the power in your own hands with a Separation Settlement Agreement. With an Agreement, you and your spouse can collaborate and compromise to create a plan that works for both of you. At the end of the process, you can ask that a court makes your Agreement enforceable and legally binding.

If you are creating a Separation Settlement Agreement, you need the help of an experienced family law attorney to make sure all your bases are covered. We can help you make sure your wishes are followed and you are properly set up for the future. Contact Rinehart Bryant, PLLC today to get started!