You should sign nothing until you ate convinced you ate getting what you deserve. I suggest speaking to an attorney to discuss your rights and go over the options on how to proceed. Good luck.
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Mr. Schwartz is absolutely correct in his response of your question. You should consult with an experienced local family law attorney to better understand what you are entitled to upon exiting your marriage.Ask a similar question
I strongly urge you to consult an attorney to at the very least discuss your rights. Do not sign anything until you do so!Ask a similar question
Before you sign anything you should consult with an experienced divorce lawyer. If you sign the papers and your husband obtains a divorce any money or property in his name will be his. Any debt in your name will be yours. If you waive maintenance(alimony in NY) you will never be able to go back to court and ask for it. If you have children with your husband, any custody or support obligations will be affected by the papers he may try to have your sign.
Your situation is very common. Your husband may be taking advantage of you because he knows that you do not want a divorce, and he may think you would do anything to make him happy. Be very careful, just call and speak to an experienced attorney, many will speak to you briefly over the phone.
In a situation like yours, it is imperative that you speak to an attorney prior to signing anything. I'd recommend contacting a local divorce attorney to discuss your situation. I (like many other local attorneys) offer free consultations in divorces. Prior to signing anything, you should speak to a lawyer.
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