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Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (no minor children) Form

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Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (no minor children) Form
Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (no minor children) Form
Mississippi Separation and Property Settlement Agreement
INSTRUCTIONS
When should this form be used
This form should be used when the parties desire to enter into a Separation Agreement to be
effective immediately. This form is for married persons with joint property or debts, and
who have no children born or adopted of the marriage, or all of said children are
emancipated adults. This form is for the State of Mississippi.
This form should be completed on your computer, typed or printed in black ink. Both parties
must sign the Agreement and have their signatures witnessed by a notary public. You may
desire to print and sign duplicate originals so that both parties will have a signed original of the
document.
Transfers of Title to Property
This form may not be sufficient to transfer title to property such as real estate, automobiles and
other property to be divided. These transfers must be done by a deed, bill of sale, title or other
instruction before the ownership is final.
Opportunity to Consult with Attorney
This Agreement provides that you were given an opportunity to consult with an attorney of your
choice prior to execution of the Agreement.
Divorce Proceeding
This form provides that the parties intend to be bound by this Agreement as a contract between
the parties regardless of whether a divorce action is filed. Certain conduct may invalidate the
Agreement such as cohabitation and sexual relations with each other after signing the
Agreement. If a divorce action is filed, the Court may or may not be bound by all provisions
contained in the Agreement.
Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (no minor children) Form
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