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Old 12-08-2005, 11:42 AM
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That's right hubby. We do have Divorcemate software that helps us merge court documents and arrange child support, spousal support and life insurance scenarios, but this program does not help us with drafting the actual agreement. All family lawyers have separation agreement software. Each program is not exactly the same but will still contain the appriopriate sections.

Although a lot of couples purchase and complete an agreement offered in book or office supply stores and then submit it to our office so that we may draft a new agreement, I personally find our office's own information sheet more useful, simply because it gives us all of the information we need to get a separation agreement completed.

So, you don't have to have everything drafted up before you hire a lawyer to draft a whole new separation agreement for you. Any additional information is always helpful, but it is not really necessary for clients to go that extra mile.

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