John is a supporter and advocate for utilizing the Collaborative Law process for divorces. While this process is not appropriate in all situations, he has found that it most often... more
John is a supporter and advocate for utilizing the Collaborative Law process for divorces. While this process is not appropriate in all situations, he has found that it most often results in a resolution that both parties feel is a fair and balanced resolution of the legal issues. The nature of the process very often results in lower stress for the spouses, and permits there to be a true foc... view profile
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.