Understanding the Documents in Your Memphis Divorce
The saying is “Your promise is worth the paper it is written on.”
This means if you do not have it in writing, you are going to have a hard
time enforcing any agreement.
Some documents are required for your divorce, such as a parenting plan
and marital dissolution agreement for an irreconcilable difference divorce.
Some agreements, like a pre- or post-nuptial agreement are good for avoiding
problems. Some of these documents can be modified, while others cannot.
Rice Divorce Team can help you understand the legal agreements that may
be involved in your Memphis divorce, such as:
Marital Dissolution Agreement—This document lays out any number of provisions for your divorce,
such as alimony and child support amounts, debt division, a visitation
schedule, and more.
Parenting Plan—When children are involved, a legal agreement must be set regarding
how often each parent has the children, when visitation occurs, who makes
which decisions, and other parenting considerations.
Prenuptial or Antenuptial Agreement—Some couples prepare a legal document before or during their marriage
to specify the division of property, conditions for divorce, and other
various arrangements in the event of dissolution.
Reach out to Rice Divorce Team for dedicated Memphis family lawyers who
can guide you through your divorce proceedings and help you understand
any legal agreements.
Call us at (901) 425-1274 today.