Tying up loose ends


#1

Generally, it is a good idea to have a written Agreement so that the expectations for each party are clear and you don’t have any problems later on.

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#2

If all property has been settle early in seperation (prior to a written agreement) is it really important that a seperation agreement is entered? All joint bills have been dissolved, names have been removed from vehicle titles etc. So there is no property or debts to be disputed.

I divorced my husband in March this year, we entered a seperation agreement for aspects of child support and visitation primarily. An old high school friend of mine has decided to leave his wife after 3 years due to infidelity and drug abuse. He also found out as a result of infidelity she contracted an HPV, this has progressed to deteriorate her female organs making it to where she can not bare childern.

As his situation is very different from mine… I’m not sure wht type of laws there are that can help him with this divorce… it’s been 4 months of seperation so far, and everyday something new factors in. Her reckless behavior is tearing him apart. She totaled his car last week and it’s taking a toll.

Leighasmom

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