Separation Agreements as well as Marriage Contracts and Cohabitation Agreements can be drafted in order to resolve issues between spouses.
Separation Agreements can deal with any or all issues including custody and access, child and spousal support, equalization of net family property and benefits.
Partial Agreements can also be drafted to deal with specific areas of agreement even though other areas remain unresolved.
For parties entering into a common-law relationship, Cohabitation Agreements can define the party’s roles including their financial obligations to one another.
For parties marrying, a Marriage Contract can similarly outline the financial roles of the parties and the responsibilities that they will have to one another.