Postnuptial Agreement. Legally binding contract about any alimony, spousal support, distribution of marital property, distribution of retirement accounts in divorce, payment of marital debts, and many other important matters. A postnuptial agreement is drafted in about 85% of cases in my office.
Child Support Agreement. Written agreement about each child's financial support, health insurance, healthcare costs, childcare costs, child-related expenses, child and dependent tax credits, etc.
An entire divorce mediation case that includes discussing and deciding important topics, signing Pennsylvania legal documents, and getting a Pennsylvania divorce decree can be completed in my office.
NOTE: Divorcing parents are not required to sign a Child Support Agreement or Child Custody Agreement. Even if they choose not to sign these documents, divorcing moms and dads can still discuss child support and child custody topics with help from their mediator.
Child Custody Agreement. Written agreement about the parenting schedule (physical custody of a child), decision making (legal custody of a child), limits on relocation, etc.
Deed. Legal document transferring ownership of a residence or other real estate to one spouse.
Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO). Court order distributing a pension, or distributing a retirement plan (like a 401k, 403b, or deferred compensation plan) without tax penalty.
Notice of Intention to Resume Prior Surname. Election to resume use of any prior name (for example a maiden name, birth name, or prior married name).
Custody Order or Support Order. Court order by submitting a written agreement for child custody or child support to a court.
After documents are drafted, each spouse can take whatever time they need to review those documents before signing. Either spouse may choose to have their own attorney review documents before signing.