Seperation on tape


#1

Dear Garry C.:

Greetings. A Separation Agreement is not effective until the date it is signed by both parties in front of notaries. So, even if you agree to everything, you can take back your agreement if you don’t have a signed document that is also notarized. Negotiations then will have to start again. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#2

Again, thanks.


#3

My wife and Sat down one night and talked over our seperation agrement.We also wrote it down. Saterday she started taking the stuff out of the house. The first item on this proposal was about our little girl, visitation, child support,etc.Did she activate this proposed agrement?