Drafting a Separation Agreement
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At The Samuelson Law Firm, my goal is to make your separation as efficient
as possible. When drafting separation agreements with you, I focus on
minimizing the impact the separation will have on your quality of life.
Having an attorney guide you through this process can be both helpful
and freeing, as I can advise you on your rights and the best possible
way to protect them. From navigating division of assets to planning child
custody arrangements, I will work closely with you to make sure your goals are met.
are free, so call us today at (719) 941-1127.
Separation agreements typically include the terms for:
Child custody and visitation
- Spousal support payments
- Tax implications
- Debt responsibility
- Division of property, including the family home
- Potential name changes
- Any necessary protective orders
- Child support payments
My team is able to provide you with an honest outline of your options when
it comes to what you can and cannot include in your arrangement, as well
as give you insight as to how the court may view your case.
Why hire a Colorado Springs divorce lawyer?
Although you are not required to work with a divorce lawyer, it may be
in your best interests to do so.
Divorce attorneys are trained professionals who deal with complicated
family law issues every day. They understand the law and can help to protect your rights.
Even if you decide not to retain a lawyer during the drafting of your separation
agreement, it is always a good idea to have an experienced attorney review
the agreement once it has been drawn up. Legally, the agreement is binding
once both spouses have signed the document; therefore, having us look
over your agreement before it is signed can help you make sure you have
fully covered all the items that you can legally address within an agreement.
Negotiating the Terms of Your Separation Agreement
If your spouse has drawn up a separation agreement that consists of terms
to which you do not agree, contact my firm. We can enter into negotiations
for the agreement, and guide you through the best possible way to re-draft
and settle any disputes.
Call (719) 941-1127
to speak with my firm today.
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when you call.