Maryland Marital Separation Agreement

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    Maryland Marital Separation Agreement - $199.00


What is a Maryland Marital Separation Agreement?

A Maryland marital separation agreement (MSA), also known as a property settlement agreement or marital settlement agreement, is a written contract dividing your property, spelling out your rights, and settling problems such as alimony and custody. A Maryland marital separation agreement may be drawn before or after you have filed for divorce — even while you and your spouse are still living together.

When you initially execute a marital separation agreement you do not have to file the separation agreement with the court to be effective.

Maryland Marital Settlement Agreement: What it is Covered:

The Maryland Marital Separation and Property Separation Agreement will cover every major circumstance and enable you to deal with the following issues:

  • Visitation
  • Child Support Payments Under Maryland Law
  • Spousal Maintenance Under Maryland Law
  • Property Division
  • Division of Debts
  • Health Insurance
  • Disposition of the Marital Home
  • Pension Plans
  • Tax Issues
  • Future Dispute Settlement

We will draft additional specific language when required and amend your agreement at any time up to the time you file for your divorce. We will provide you with legal advice on issues that you need to reach agreement on with your spouse before you finalize your agreement. Legal advice is included within our fixed fee.

Ordinarily you execute an MSA before you file your divorce papers, normally at the time that you separate. If you purchase our combination package you receive both the MSA and your divorce forms.

This allows you to negotiate and execute your MSA and then to file for your divorce as soon as the waiting period has been completed.

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