Agree to Disagree
When separated couples are able to agree on the terms of their divorce, they can save time and money by drafting a marital settlement agreement. This document provides an outline for both parties to follow, including division of property, debts, retirement benefits, and/or taxes, child support, alimony, visitation and custody.
Since you probably will not agree on every provision, the San Diego marital settlement agreements attorneys of Fleischer & Ravreby can help mediate your settlement and get your judgment of divorce quicker. It is important to recognize that a judge must review the settlement agreement before issuing the divorce decree and still has final say over the provisions regarding the best interest of the child.
Solana Beach Divorce Agreement Attorney
With offices in Beverly Hills and the San Diego area, couples throughout Southern California have found the lawyers at Fleischer & Ravreby Attorneys at Law to be thorough and caring when mediating or litigating their divorce. The due diligence process of mediating and drafting a settlement agreement is no different than our preparation for divorce court. You still need to file all the same documents and proceed with discovery items such as financial and property declarations. However, studies have shown that couples who can agree to their own terms of divorce feel empowered to enforce their settlement and parenting plan without further dispute.
Whether contested or uncontested divorce is your future, contact the kind and diligent advocates at Fleischer & Ravreby at 858-248-4036. During your no-obligation 30-minute consultation, you will increase your understanding and confidence in your decision making regarding any pre or postnuptial or marital settlement agreements you are being asked to sign.