there are sample separation agreements online. the top part has to be a certain way and then you can put what you’ve agreed to. you should file it with the clerk of courts office. that way it’s on record.
Greetings. You need to get a separation agreement drafted by an attorney - even if you agree. Agreements are made because situations change and agreements that are not in the proper format in writing are not always enforceable, which will leave you going to court. Thank you.
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Good afternoon. I have a question. We have decided to separate and know we need a separation agreement. We have 3 children and she is fine with sharing custody because we will live close together. We have come to agreements on basically everything. My question is do I need a certain type of form for this or can we just type something up and have it notorized and would that be good enough? Do we need to file this in a court somewhere or just having it in a safe place good enough? Thanks for any and all help!!!