West Brentwood Divorce Settlement Agreements Lawyers — 3 found

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  1. West Brentwood Divorce / Separation Lawyer Jodi Ann Donato

    Jodi Donato

    I provide my clients with personal service. As a sole practitioner, I am involved in every aspect of my cases. My clients are able to contact me by telephone, e-mail and text message.... more
    Licensed for 23 years - 30 Min Free Consultation


  2. West Brentwood Divorce / Separation Lawyer Brian Anthony Picarello

    Brian Picarello

    Brian A. Picarello, Esq. is an attorney licensed to practice law in the state of New York. Prior to practicing law, Brian earned his undergraduate degree from New York University in... more
    Licensed for 5 years - 60 Min Free Consultation


  3. West Brentwood Divorce / Separation Lawyer Elaine M. Camlet Esq.

    Elaine Camlet

    Client Review: I have retained the services of Elaine Camlet on several of my real estate transactions. I canno...
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    Licensed for 17 years


Settlement agreements

At the end of the divorce process, both spouses agree to a divorce settlement, which is a legal document finalizing the details of the divorce. These agreements can cover child custody and visitation, spousal support, and how to divide property and assets. Because the divorce settlement agreement is a legal contract, both parties are legally required to follow the terms outlined in the document; therefore, it is crucial that each spouse reviews the document and understands the terms of the contract. Divorce settlement agreement attorneys can help write or review these documents to make sure that you understand the terms of the divorce. This can be especially important in uncontested divorces that don't otherwise involve the assistance of lawyers, as you might not have had access to legal advice throughout the process. Additionally, should your ex-spouse violate the terms of the agreement, a family law attorney with divorce settlement agreement experience can help file petitions to ensure that he or she complies with the legally-binding decisions outlined in the document.