Mercer County Marital Settlement Agreements Lawyers

Guidance for Marital Settlement Agreements

As part of the divorce process, either the spouses or a court resolve the issues in the divorce. If you and your spouse can reach an agreement on all issues, a marital settlement agreement can be drafted that eliminates the need for extended litigation.

At Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC, you will find Mercer County marital settlement agreements attorneys who will help you reach a divorce agreement that covers all issues and draft a marital settlement agreement that accurately reflects those terms. Our lawyers provide clients in Pennington and surrounding areas of New Jersey with representation that aims to reach a complete agreement that encompasses your current needs and, to the extent possible, anticipates future needs.

Fully Resolving All Divorce Issues

A marital settlement agreement is a written document that fully resolves all issues in a divorce. To create a marital settlement agreement, you and your spouse will need to determine:

To create a valid property settlement agreement, you and your spouse must fully disclose all relevant information so that each party to the agreement is able to make sound decisions.

Somerset County Uncontested Divorce Attorneys

You and your spouse can reach a marital settlement agreement in several ways. If you have both agreed to all aspects of your divorce, you can request attorneys to review your agreement and draft the terms. If you have not agreed on all the terms of your divorce, Ulrichsen Rosen & Freed LLC can represent you in negotiations, mediation or other approaches to achieve a resolution for your divorce. Our lawyers can then draft a marital settlement agreement that accurately and clearly reflects the terms of the divorce.

Once a marital settlement agreement is in place, your divorce can be handled as an uncontested divorce, which avoids a lengthy and expensive court process.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment about your marital settlement agreement. Reach us at 609-357-4621, toll free at 800-763-7559, or send us a secure message online.