Monmouth County Property Settlement Agreement Attorney
New Jersey Child Support Settlement Attorney
Every discussion, negotiation and agreement on any and all issues that takes place during the divorce process, leads to end game, that being the finalization of your property settlement agreement, also known as the matrimonial settlement agreement. The settlement agreement will address:
- Equitable distribution of assets and liabilities
- Alimony and child support
- Child custody
It’s easy to be lured into believing that the property settlement agreement is nothing more than an afterthought. The agreements regarding all of your issues have been reached; they just need to be put on paper, right? In reality, this is the most critical document coming out of your divorce, intended to bringing all of the hard work, and diligent advocacy of your attorney to a finalization, that is both clear and unambiguous. They must be carefully crafted in order to protect against the countless problems that could arise if they are not. The Law Offices of Douglas I. Krompier MBA LLC in Freehold is dedicated to protecting New Jersey men with complete, accurate and unambiguous property settlement agreements.
Property Settlement Agreements Are Contracts
The choice of language and terms in a property settlement agreement is as important as the issues that the language and terms express. While the contract is binding, the reality is that far too often changes or modifications are often sought in the future by one side or the other. The contract needs to take this into account. In other words, the language and terms need to be strong and clear, because if they are ambiguous it will lead to problems if a modification request is made.
The agreement must also be thorough and extensive. It must cover every issue that is present, foreseeable and even every issue that is unforeseeable. If the contract does not address a certain issue, such as money for a child’s college education, and that issue arises in the future, the process will need to start again, potentially requiring re-litigation.
The bottom line is that the litigation process can take months, even years. When it’s done, you want it to be done. You don’t want doors to problems left open by a poorly crafted separation agreement. Attorney Douglas I. Krompier MBA LLC will see that you are protected, by painstakingly drafting language that accomplishes the finality you are seeking. Who wants to go through the emotional turmoil of reopening issues that could have been addressed and finalized at the time of your divorce.
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Protect your rights. Every one of them. To schedule a consultation with a Middlesex County, Ocean County, and Monmouth County property settlement agreement lawyer, call (732)431-9188 or contact the firm by e-mail.