In the separation agreement presented to me to review and sign, The following was included.
WAIVER OF GRIEVANECES:
Any conduct on the part of either party occuring prior to the execution of this agreement which may have constituted a basis for any legal claim by either party against the other, is hereby waived and released and will not be used by either party against the other in any future proceeding between them.
What exactly am I releasing her from? Infidility, business negotiations, banking accounts ?
Would I be giving up my rights to alimony since our agreement to this point does not include alimony?
Our agreement this far is for distribution of assets and debts. We have agreed to that much, but I intend or hope to be able to ask for alimony before the final divorce is awarded.
Can alimony be awarded after a separation agreement is signed, and can I ask for full discloser of accounts, to verify her income after the separation period?
I will not be able to keep the life style we had together after this current agreement is signed. I would only be able to pay my bills with nothing left over for entertainment or (going on a date) and being able to pay for it.
Thank you for your help