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USA Separation Agreement
Deciding to end a marriage can lead to major legal battles if the terms are not put in writing and agreed to by both parties. Make sure you're both clear on the details by signing this Separation Agreement for U.S. residents. The Agreement covers a number of issues including: custody of...

California Employee Separation Agreement and General Release
California employers, write up a letter of termination with this template Employee Separation Agreement and General Release. The General Release is to be signed by the employee prior to receiving the final paycheck. The employee is entitled to COBRA and 401K benefits. The employee agrees not to disclose the terms of...

Separation Agreement
A Separation Agreement is used by spouses to dictate their own separation terms. The agreement may specify shared and separate property and debts, as well as spousal and child maintenance, prior to a divorce judgement. Download: Separation Agreement Available from: LawDepot.com...

Canada Separation Agreement (Common Law or Same Sex Couple)
The end of a relationship is always traumatic. Make the process a little easier by putting the terms of your settlement into this Canada Separation Agreement for common law partners (same sex or opposite sex). Arrangements for custody of and access to the couple's children, and amounts of spousal support and...

Separation Agreement
A Separation Agreement is used by spouses to dictate their own separation terms. The agreement may specify shared and separate property and debts, as well as spousal and child maintenance, prior to a divorce judgement. Download: Separation Agreement Available from: LawDepot.com...

Marital Domestic Separation and Property Settlement Agreement Adult Children Par...
This Marital Domestic Separation and Property Settlement Agreement is a Separation and Property Settlement for persons with adult children. The parties also have joint property or debts. It is used after separation. It contains detailed provisions for the division of assets and the payment of liabilities. (more...) Available from: USLegalForms.com SKU:...

Marital Domestic Separation and Property Settlement Agreement no Children partie...
This Marital Domestic Separation and Property Settlement Agreement is a Separation and Property Settlement for persons with no minor children. The parties do have joint property or debts. It is for use after separation. It contains detailed provisions for the division of assets and the payment of liabilities. (more...) Available from:...

Marital Domestic Separation and Property Settlement Agreement for persons with n...
This Marital Domestic Separation and Property Settlement Agreement is a Separation and Property Settlement for persons with no children. The parties have no joint property or debts. It is for use after separation. It contains detailed provisions for the division of assets and the payment of liabilities. (more...) Available from: USLegalForms.com...

Separation and Support Agreement Providing for Support of Spouse and Custody and...
A separation agreement is a formal agreement between husband and wife. A separation agreement usually contains, among others, the following provisions: " If there are children, how much child support is to be paid and the terms of payment. " A visitation schedule. " How much alimony (if any) is to...

Separation and Support Agreement with Joint Custody, Visitation, and Mutual Supp...
A separation agreement is a formal agreement between husband and wife. A separation agreement usually contains, among others, the following provisions: " If there are children, how much child support is to be paid and the terms of payment. " A visitation schedule. " How much alimony (if any) is to...

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