Divorce, How to Split Assets by Legal Document

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by bionic911, Jul 28, 2006.


  1. bionic911

    bionic911 Guest

    I am going thru a divorce and would like to know how does one set up a
    document to ones lawyer for the splitting of movable assets
     
  2. fredg

    fredg Guest

    On Wed, 12 Jul 2006 10:54:02 -0700, bionic911 wrote:

    > I am going thru a divorce and would like to know how does one set up a
    > document to ones lawyer for the splitting of movable assets


    Isn't that what the lawyer gets paid to do?

    You have posted this message to the wrong newsgroup.
    The access in this groups name refers to Microsoft Access, a database
    program.
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    Fred
    Please respond only to this newsgroup.
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  3. Dirk Goldgar

    Dirk Goldgar Guest

    "bionic911" <bionic911@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:9B622445-2090-4E9B-AB74-1C899F626CF0@microsoft.com
    > I am going thru a divorce and would like to know how does one set up a
    > document to ones lawyer for the splitting of movable assets


    I'm afraid you've posted in the wrong group. This forum is for
    discussion of Microsoft Access, the database program, not a general
    "public access" discusssion forum as its name may have misled you into
    thinking. I don't believe any of the Microsoft discussion groups is
    suitable for your question, as they are technical groups dealing with
    various MS products. You may want to use something like Google Groups
    (http://groups.google.com) to look for a non-Microsoft group that deals
    with legal matters like yours.

    --
    Dirk Goldgar, MS Access MVP
    www.datagnostics.com

    (please reply to the newsgroup)
     
  4. Jeff C

    Jeff C Guest

    Speaking from experience . . . no matter how much documentation you have or
    forward to your lawyer the assets will continue to reside where they always
    have, Whatever is her's is Her's and whatever is your's is Her's.

    On a serious side almost every State in the USA has their own set of forms
    for this.
    --
    Jeff C
    Live Well .. Be Happy In All You Do


    "bionic911" wrote:

    > I am going thru a divorce and would like to know how does one set up a
    > document to ones lawyer for the splitting of movable assets
     
  5. badeth

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    You may enter into what is called a "marital settlement agreement.' the marital settlement agreement is not the same as spousal support or child custody, this is a settlement that divides the properties and debts. You have to decide clearly on how property will be divided to avoid further disputes in court.


    When you and your ex have reached a marital settlement agreement, you can take the agreement to court, where a judge usually will approve the agreement after a short hearing.
     
  6. spnadmin

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    badeth ji

    I think this thread was never intended to be part of the forum. It looks like a newsgroup thread. But thank you for your input.
     
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