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Marital Settlement Agreements

When possible, it is often recommended for spouses in a Pennsylvania divorce proceeding to discuss an amicable resolution and settlement of all claims. A marital settlement agreement (also known as a “property settlement agreement”) is a written agreement that provides the parties with an efficient means to resolving the issues of a divorce proceeding, such as the division of marital assets and liabilities, alimony, APL/support payments, child support, legal fees and other rights. Similar to prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, marital settlement agreements are considered to be final and binding upon the spouses and should be thoroughly discussed, negotiated and reviewed. Marital settlement agreements can also save the parties a significant amount of time and money since court proceedings are removed from the process.

Any marital settlement agreement should be drafted by a skilled and experienced family law attorney and filed with the court as part of the divorce proceeding. Oftentimes, the parties may not agree to one or more issues and court proceedings are necessary. The experienced family law attorneys at Williams Family Law, P.C., understand the importance for a spouse to have the assistance of an attorney throughout this process and are available to help.

Our Value: Drafting Fair Marital Settlement Agreements in Bucks County

At Williams Family Law, we pride ourselves on providing clients with the highest-quality matrimonial and family law legal representation. We understand the sensitive nature of a divorce proceeding and we are committed towards helping our clients during these challenging times. With decades of experience, our family law lawyers are able to offer experienced guidance, compassionate advice, powerful advocacy and a strong knowledge of the local courts and attorneys while seeking the forums and solutions most suited to each of our client’s needs.

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If you are seeking a marital settlement agreement, Williams Family Law is here to help you. To discuss marital settlement agreements with an experienced family law attorney, please contact our office.

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Salzer Presents at Bucks County Bar Association Annual Bench Bar Conference
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Shauna Quigley Joins Williams Family Law
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July 27, 2018
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Williams Family Law Partner Co-Authors Book on Divorce
August 17, 2017Jeffrey M. Williams Organizes AAML PA Spring Retreat
April 17, 2017Williams Family Law Welcomes Attorney Melanie J. Wender
July 18, 2016Divorce Attorney Jeffrey M. Williams Named Secretary American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
July 18, 2013Bucks County Family Law Firm Williams Family Law Ranked as U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyers 2013 'Best Law Firm'
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Events & Presentations
Family Lawyer Jeffrey M. Williams Presents at Pennsylvania Bar Institute
September 9, 2014Family Lawyer Jeffrey M. Williams to Speak at Pennsylvania Bar Institute
September 8, 2014Divorce Attorney Jeffrey M. Williams Speak at Advanced Matrimonial Litigation Symposium on Valuing Marital Assets
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Attorneys
  • Jeffrey M. Williams
  • Susan J. Smith
  • Robert J. Salzer
  • Lynelle A. Gleason
  • Melanie J. Wender
  • Shauna L. Quigley
    Frequently Asked Questions
  • My father passed away five years ago and I received a large inheritance. Is my spouse entitled to any of this inheritance as part of a divorce action?
  • I have strong feelings about which school I want my child to attend, but my ex-spouse doesn’t agree with me. Can I enroll my child in the school of my choice without my ex-spouse’s consent?
  • I helped to raise my stepchild and now my spouse and I are divorcing. Do I have any custodial rights to my non-biological child?
  • I just filed for divorce. Can I move out with my kids immediately?
  • My spouse will not consent to a divorce simply to avoid paying alimony. Can the court grant me a divorce without mutual consent?
  • Is my prenuptial agreement still valid if I caught my spouse cheating?
  • My ex-spouse and I share custody of my children. Can we both claim them as dependents on our income tax returns?