What is a Marital Settlement Agreement?

Orlando Florida Divorce Attorney Steven Kramer Explains

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"Hi! I’m Steve Kramer, I’m a Florida family law and divorce attorney. And today’s topic is martial settlement agreements.What is a marital settlement agreement?

A martial settlement agreement is what happens when you and your spouse agree to resolve everything and all your differences. And that’s short of trial. Trial is where you argue in front of the court and the court makes a decision. And in a martial settlement agreement, you and your spouse hammer out all your differences.And maybe you do that at mediation or maybe you do that through your attorneys, or maybe you do that on your own. But in any of those scenarios, you work out everything between you. You work out dividing up the assets. You work out dividing out the debts. You work out child support. You work out alimony. And you close the case and it’s a good thing that you get things resolved. If you can avoid trial that’s fine, if you have to go to trial then it’s good to have an experienced attorney.Why am I telling you?Because you may find yourself staring at a martial settlement agreement. You may find yourself in a divorce where you need good legal advice and that’s what we do here everyday. If you have any questions, give me a call at the number below – I’d love to help you.

Thanks for watching! I’m Steve Kramer."

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