Separation agreements are serious documents for use in court if necessary, so any terms that aren’t clear or are blatantly unreasonable will not be accepted. However, judges won’t change the terms of property division or spousal support that are proposed in your separation agreement, even if they don’t agree with them. So you need to have total confidence in your separation agreement before you sign it. You may want to checkout my Step-by-Step Guide to Preparing your own separation agreement HERE

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