The binding Property Settlement Agreement you and your spouse will sign will probably be the most important document you will ever sign.
It may take awhile, and some doing, to develop the best strategy to bring your spouse to the table and to work towards an acceptable resolution that addresses your needs.
Sometimes negotiation occurs after a lawsuit has been filed and litigation has begun. Sometimes the negotiations occur prior to the suit being filed. Occasionally you or your spouse will reach agreement after only a very small amount of negotiation, which negotiation can be conducted amicably and respectfully. To negotiate from a position of strength, advance divorce planning is essential.
The binding Property Settlement Agreement you and your spouse will sign will probably be the most important document you will ever sign. This Agreement will forever resolve all of your claims regarding your house, your rights to retirement, your assets, and your debt, along with initially determining the situation regarding your children.
Rachel L. Virk, P.C. will make sure that the proper attention is given to determining and reducing to writing those matters which will deeply affect the rest of your life.
To learn more, read Rachel Virk's article, Third Party Assisted Negotiation and the High Pressure Settlement of Disputes (Family Law News, Winter 2013), or check out her book, The Four Ways of Divorce.