Securing Favorable Terms In Your Property Settlement Agreement
A property settlement agreement (PSA) is a contract between spouses that outlines each party’s rights and responsibilities. If either party does not follow through with the agreement, the court may intervene.
This flexible document is an indispensable feature of any uncontested divorce. An agreement can also bring an end to any litigation on contested divorce issues such as alimony or child custody. At the law firm of MacDowell Law Group, P.C., our family law attorneys can effectively negotiate favorable terms on your behalf.
Helping You Get The Most Out Of Your Agreement
Our experience with the preparation, review and revision of property agreements can make the difference between an early resolution of outstanding issues and expensive and time-consuming divorce litigation.
A property settlement agreement can either be comprehensive in scope to resolve all of the issues in a marriage dissolution, or it can reserve certain issues for further negotiation or litigation. Either way, it can be a useful tool for identifying the matters you and your spouse can agree on, those you will need to get more information about and those that a judge may have to decide.
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Our family law lawyers know how to help you get the most out of the property agreement process. Because we gather the facts and frame the issues in the same way we would if we were to take your case to court, you will gain valuable bargaining leverage as we bring the facts into focus and show the merits of your position under Virginia law. As with most negotiated agreements, your ability to negotiate a favorable property settlement will be strengthened by our trial skills.
To understand how careful attention to the negotiation of a property settlement can help you achieve your objectives in a divorce, speak with us. Email our brief form or call 571-748-5647 to connect with us today. From our office in Fairfax, our experienced lawyers help clients throughout Northern Virginia.