Divorce


#1

Has it been notarized? if not then its no good, and the worse thing you can do is move out.


#2

In Virginia the agreement does not have to be notarized in order for it to be a binding agreement. However, if your wife did not disclose all of the financial and property assets to you then you may ask that the agreement be disregarded.


#3

good morning, i live in virginia, last april my wife ask me to leave because of our differences. she is a barred lawyer. she hasn’t work since she was barred in 2001. she typed a separation agreement and she verbally explained the contents of the agreement. i signed the agreement without fully understanding because i felt that since she was a lawyer she wouldn’t deceive me, i signed over the title to my house and my car. i also agreed to pay a certain amount until she get on her feet. she told me that it shouldn’t take more than 6 mths to accomplish her goals. the question i have is this a legal binding document with her knowledge of the law over mines. what can i do?