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The Divorce Agreement is a legal document that outlines the terms and conditions for the dissolution of a marriage. It is important as it provides a clear and legally binding agreement between the parties involved. The document begins with a brief introduction, stating that it is a divorce agreement made between Party 1 and Party 2 on the current date.
The first section of the document provides background information about the marriage. It states that Party 1 and Party 2 were lawfully married on the marriage date at the marriage registry name and place. It also mentions that both parties have cohabited at the cohabitation address and are domiciled in jurisdiction state.
The second section of the document provides information about the current situation of the parties. It states that Party 1 is a party a occupation and currently residing at Party 1 address, while Party 2 is a party b occupation and currently residing at Party 2 address.
The third section of the document states that the marriage has broken down irretrievably. It also mentions that no child has been born during the marriage and there have been no previous proceedings in any court regarding the marriage or any child of the family.
The fourth section of the document states that the parties have lived apart for a continuous period of at least one year immediately preceding the presentation of this agreement. It also mentions that both parties consent to the divorce being filed to the court of jurisdiction state.
The agreement concludes with the parties agreeing that the marriage may be dissolved. If applicable, it states that Party 2 will pay a nominal maintenance to Party 1 at a specified rate per annum until Party 1's remarriage or the joint lives of the parties, whichever is shorter. It also states that the costs of the divorce shall be borne equally by the parties.
The document is dated the current date and is signed by both Party 1 and Party 2.
1. Provide background information: Enter the names of the parties involved in the divorce agreement and the current date.
2. Describe the marriage: State the date and place of the marriage, as well as the cohabitation address and the domicile of both parties.
3. Provide information about the current situation: State the occupation and current address of each party.
4. Explain the breakdown of the marriage: State that the marriage has broken down irretrievably and that no child has been born during the marriage.
5. Confirm previous proceedings: State that there have been no previous proceedings in any court regarding the marriage or any child of the family.
6. Establish the period of separation: State that the parties have lived apart for at least one year preceding the presentation of the agreement and that both parties consent to the divorce.
7. Agree on the dissolution of the marriage: Both parties should agree that the marriage may be dissolved.
8. Specify maintenance payment (if applicable): If Party 2 is required to pay maintenance to Party 1, state the rate per annum and the conditions for payment.
9. Determine the costs of the divorce: Both parties should agree that the costs of the divorce will be borne equally.
10. Date and sign the agreement: The agreement should be dated and signed by both Party 1 and Party 2.