My wife and I are divorced and had a separation agreement in place, which allows for 50/50 child custody and alimony. Recently we renegotiated the child custody and alimony. As a result, I will have 100% custody of all my children and my wife will also forgo the alimony. I need to make changes to my original separation agreement to reflect the changed child support, alimony, and visitation right situation. What is the best way to create an addendum to my original separation agreement? Is there some kind of form?
There is no form. You can simply type out the new terms and reference which paragraphs in the original separation agreement the new terms are replacing. Then you and your ex-wife will need to sign the amendment in the presence of a notary.
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