Bartow Marital Settlement Agreement Attorney
Resolving All Marital Issues Relating to Your Polk County Divorce
A marital settlement agreement involves any relevant marital issue relating
to a divorce. It is the agreement that completely spells out the terms
of the divorce for both spouses and helps rid any ambiguities.
Often achieved through mediation, reaching a marital settlement agreement
prior to court hearings is extremely important if you want to ensure that
the court does not make decisions in the form of rulings on your behalf.
Additionally, being able to reach amicable resolutions in divorce-related
issues can also reduce the cost of your divorce significantly because
it often takes costly litigation out of the equation.
Depending upon your specific situation, a marital settlement agreement
may involve the following:
Child Custody & Visitation (“Parenting Plan & Timesharing”);
- Child Support & Alimony Issues;
- Division of Marital Property & Assets; and
- Other Relevant Divorce-Related Issues.
How can Advocate Law Firm, P.A. help with your case?
It is important to note that even when a marriage settlement agreements
has been reached between spouses while ending a marriage, the agreement
is not legally binding until the court approves and enters the stipulations
as a standing court order. In other words, if one of the spouses chooses
to not follow the marital settlement agreement before it is made the standing
court order, there is nothing the other party can legally do to have the
marital settlement agreement enforced. It is therefore critical that you
work with a skilled Bartow and Lakeland family law attorney who can represent
your best interests and help craft a marital settlement agreement that
is legally binding. My firm can help get it made into a standing court order.
Speak to a skilled marital settlement agreement attorney today by calling
(863) 644-5566 or by using my
online case evaluation form. I look forward to hearing from you and helping you through this.