Do Both Spouses Need to Sign a Separation Agreement?
07/28/2009 - Category:Divorce - Separation Agreements - State: SC #17834
My son is going to court in the morning to sign a separation agreement. He recently like yesterday found out she had changed their initial agreement for payments. He did not get legal representation as he was told this was an informal event. Does he need a lawyer? What if he does not want to sign a deceptive agreement which changed? Does the Judge need him to sign to make him liable?
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07/28/2009 - Category: Separation Agreements - State: SC #17834
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