Marital Settlement Agreement

What is a marital settlement agreement?

The Marital Settlement Agreement is one of the most important documents that will be generated during the divorce process. Often referred to as the 'MSA', the Marital Settlement Agreement is the contractual agreement between a divorcing couple that resolves issues that are part of the divorce proceedings. A comprehensive Marital Settlement Agreement will address custody and child placement, child support and maintenance, and property division. A Marital Settlement Agreement includes an agreement as to the division of the parties' assets and liabilities, including the couples' real property or their real estate, their personal property, cash assets, retirement plans, deferred income accounts, 401K accounts, individual retirement accounts, and pension plans.

The attorneys at Hoff & Panzer will also assist with the completion of documents to ensure that the marital settlement agreement is fully implemented.

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If you are contemplating divorce, if you have already decided that you want to pursue a divorce, or if you have begun a pro se divorce action and found that more legal technicalities existed than you had imagined (which is often the case), please call (920-749-2002) Hoff & Panzer for a free initial consultation. Attorney Alan Hoff, Attorney Elizabeth Ryan-Panzer and Attorney Heather Claringbole,

Free initial consultation

The attorneys at Hoff & Panzer's law offices offer a free initial consultation. Please call (920-749-2002) today to schedule a meeting with one of the attorneys, or to speak with an available attorney on the phone.

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