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Review Dissolution Agreement in Washington for Consumer Services Business

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Service type
Review
Document type
Dissolution Agreement
Location
Washington
Client type
Law Firm
Client industry
Consumer Services
Deadline
Less than a week
Pricing Range
$375 - $550 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
2 bids
Pages
3 pages

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Dissolution Agreement

Washington

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

Can a dissolution agreement be enforced if one party fails to comply with its terms?

I am currently going through a divorce and my spouse and I have agreed to dissolve our marriage through a dissolution agreement. However, I have concerns that my spouse may not fulfill their obligations outlined in the agreement, such as dividing our assets and paying spousal support. I would like to know if the dissolution agreement can be enforced by the court if one party fails to comply with its terms, and what legal options are available to me if my spouse breaches the agreement.

Merry A.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

Generally, any sort of agreement can be enforced by a court. However, a court will look at such factors as whether each party was privy to all financial assets/debt at the time the agreement was signed; whether there was any appearance of coercion; whether each party was represented by counsel at the time of signing; whether any of the terms were unfair to one party at the time of signing; etc. It would be helpful for you to have the agreement approved and ordered into effectiveness by the judge, as part of the divorce proceedings. Once the agreement is in place, whether by just the two of you signing, or by a judge's approval, as part of the divorce proceedings (even after the divorce is finalized) if one party "breaches" the agreement, the other party can bring a motion before the court for breach of contract, and a judge can order the other party to comply. Similarly, a contract can be amended after it's signed, just like any other contract - I would advise you, at a minimum, to have your agreement reviewed by an attorney before you sign. And, please keep in mind, one should always use one's own attorney - one should never have one attorney review a contract for both parties, as there is an inherent conflict of interest. Also, your agreement needs provisions in it addressing what to do in case of conflict or breach - often, agreements have a provision that the parties to a divorce will use mediation at least twice if and when disputes arise.

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