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Florida Divorce Agreement: Marriage Settlement Agreement

 

Florida Divorce Agreement: Marriage Settlement Agreement

Anyone seeking a dissolution of marriage is looking for the fastest, least costly and least emotionally draining way to resolve the matter. At the law offices of Stephen K. Miller, P.A., we are committed to helping our clients do just that, which is why we strive to help couples enter into settlement agreements with as little court intervention as possible.

 

Florida has abolished fault as a ground for divorce, which lessens the potential harm to the husband, wife, and their children during the Florida divorce process. Of course, in order for a couple to reach an amicable settlement on issues such as alimony, child support, custody and other difficult issues, they must be able to work together. If they can agree on every aspect of the dissolution of marriage, the process can be quick and relatively painless.

 

Drafting a Divorce Agreement

A marital settlement agreement (MSA) contains all the terms of a couple’s settlement and essentially your divorce agreement. The document should address every aspect of the divorced as it is the signed contractual agreement that is later attached to the final judgment and submitted to the court for its signature.

 

That is why it is essential that couples hire a family law attorney to prepare, review and revise the MSA.

The staff at the law firm of Stephen K. Miller P.A., working from several offices throughout North-Central Florida, will make sure you understand and confirm all the terms included in your MSA, and ensure that you are satisfied with the language used. We encourage our clients to ask questions and keep an open dialogue until they are fully comfortable with the terms of the MSA.

 

The fact is that divorce agreements, as well as all of the nuances contained within, can be incredibly confusing. By outlining all of the details of a divorce, with the help of an experienced family law attorney, divorcing couples can avoid trouble down the road.

 

That is why anyone considering a divorce should consult an attorney concerning any legal questions, spousal rights, rights of any children involved, property rights, and the financial consequences of a divorce. The knowledgeable and experienced staff at the Florida law offices of Stephen K. Miller, P.A., will analyze your unique situation and help you and your spouse create a divorce agreement that will work for everyone and satisfy the requirements of the State of Florida.

 

Contact Us today to find out how one of our skilled Florida family law attorneys can help you.

 
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