Separation agreement form


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Dear Mr_Mike:

Greetings. When you say “submit to the courts” do you want your separation agreement to be incorporated? Generally separation agreements are not submitted to the court unless someone wants to turn them into a court order.

I highly, highly advise against attempting to draft your own separation agreement, but if you do, good luck. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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Hi all! Well, my wife and I are going our separate ways. We have a strong friendship but can’t seem to be a couple any longer. What we are trying to do is find a separation agreement form to complete and submit to the courts. This is a very civil separation and we have already divided everything up, w/o dispute. We just want something in writing. We do have 1 child and have already figured out all the child support and visitation stuff as well. Looking online there are lots of legal forms you can get. Can someone recommend a particular one that will fulfill our needs? This would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,
-Mike