Marital Separation Agreement - SmartLegalForms
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Marital Separation Agreement

A marital separation agreement (MSA), also known as a property settlement agreement, is a written contract dividing your property, spelling out your rights, and settling problems such as alimony and custody. A marital separation agreement may be drawn before or after you have filed for divorce — even while you and your spouse are still living together.

Note: This product is not available for sale in the State of North Carolina.

To get an uncontested divorce you and your spouse must agree on all issues, and generally enter into a binding Marital Separation Agreement.  Once you agree with your spouse on all issues, you can simply process your paperwork through the court without the assistance of an attorney. You can purchase all the forms your need for a low and affordable fee, for all major states, from this Website. The way to avoid high legal fees, which can wipe out your savings, is to agree with your spouse on all issues, and secure an uncontested divorce.

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