What is the #1 Most Important Document in a Worthington, Ohio Dissolution When You do not Have Children?

A: The separation agreement: this is a contract between the parties (you and your spouse). You should be aware of and know all the terms, which relate to all your assets and liabilities.

  • Make sure the agreement is clear and you understand it – have your Worthington, Ohio divorce attorney explain anything to you that you find confusing or that you may not be familiar with.
  • Review the separation agreement to see if all the assets & liabilities are dispersed in a way that disentangles all your connections with your spouse. You want to terminate the marriage through your dissolution and go your separate ways.

It should be a fair and equitable division of everything you both own and everything you both owe.


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