Clarification on Seperation


#1

A written and notarized agreement can be legally binding, but it must meet certain requirements to be a Separation Agreement. It might be best to meet with an attorney for an initial consultation and review your proposed document with them so that they can advise you on the legality of it.

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#2

My stbxh is moving out this weekend. We have agreed on who gets what, who is responsible for what debt, etc… if we put this in writing and have it notorized will this hold up in court later? And does in end each others financial responsibility? i.e if he incurs debt later am I responsible and vice versa.

We have a year to go and we want to make sure that we are both protected.

While it all sounds nice now, stbxh, has committed adultry, and at this point is willing to agree to anything, but all I want is a 50/50 split on all debt and a fair amount of CS (based off several different calculators found online)

Any advice would be helpful!