Experienced And Effective Marital Settlement Agreement Lawyer
The overwhelming majority of dissolution, separation, and custody cases are resolved by settlement agreements. As such, the importance of a skilled divorce settlement agreement attorney cannot be overemphasized. At The Law Offices of Paul F. Sherman, we are highly skilled in drafting Stipulated Judgments you can enforce.
We can help with your Marital Settlement Agreement or Stipulated Judgment. Call The Law Offices of Paul F. Sherman at 503-223-8441 or Contact Us for a free consultation
A global settlement in a divorce or custody proceeding provides a foundation for enforcing time with your children, how much support is owed, and the division of assets and liabilities accumulated during the marriage. A marital settlement agreement or separation contract will impact the entire family for years to come and requires the expertise of a skilled divorce settlement agreement lawyer to ensure it is well-drafted and that your rights are well-protected. You should never sign a settlement agreement without first consulting an experienced divorce or family law attorney.
Paul F. Sherman Is A Skilled And Effective Marital Settlement Agreement Attorney
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At The Law Offices of Paul F. Sherman, we recognize the importance of a well-drafted divorce settlement agreement and the far-reaching consequences that such agreements have for you and your family on the issues of custody, child support, spousal support and all other facets of a divorce or legal separation. Our goal is to draft settlement agreements that are enforceable, understandable and designed to help you stay out of court in the future.
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We know you have questions, and we have answers. If you would like more information about divorce and marital settlement agreements, separation contracts, or stipulated Judgments, call The Law Offices of Paul F. Sherman at 503-223-8441, or Contact Us for a free divorce or marital settlement agreement consultation.