Legal Pleading

Topics: Marriage, Real estate, Property law Pages: 9 (2374 words) Published: March 17, 2013
The parties enter into this Agreement and make it effective, as of the signing, of this instant Stipulated Judgment. The parties to this Agreement are , hereinafter referred to as "Husband", and , hereinafter referred to as "Wife." The parties voluntarily and mutually agree as follows:

a.The parties were married on .
b.There are no children of this marriage.
c.Irreconcilable differences have arisen between the parties and these differences have led to an irremediable breakdown of their marriage. The parties have separated and have agreed to live free and apart from each other. They have not resumed their marital relationship since their separation.

The parties were separated on , which is years and month(s) from the date of their marriage.
There is presently on file in the Superior Court of the State of California, County of San Diego, Case Number , a proceeding for dissolution of marriage between the parties. The Petition was filed by Wife on . The Court acquired jurisdiction of Husband on .

The purpose of this Agreement is to settle the parties' rights and obligations pertaining to:
Identification and confirmation of their respective separate assets and separate obligations;
Identification and division of their community or coowned assets and community or joint obligations and;
Spousal support;
iv.Stipulations regarding Husbands deployment.
The parties shall live separate and apart and except for the duties and obligations imposed and assumed under this Agreement, each shall be free from interference, authority and control of the other as fully as though he or she were single and unmarried. Each party may conduct, carry on and engage in any employment, profession, business, or trade which to him or her may seem advisable for his or her own use or benefit without and free from any control, restraint or interference, direct or indirect, by the other party and in all respects act as if each were unmarried.

Except as expressly provided to the contrary in this Agreement, any property acquired by either party on or after the date of separation shall be the sole and separate property of the person acquiring it. Each party waives any and all rights in or to the separate property of the other and confirms it to be the sole and separate property of the party acquiring it on or after the date of separation. The earnings from personal services of either party after the date of separation shall be the sole and separate property of the earning party.

Except as expressly provided to the contrary in this Agreement, any obligation incurred by either party on or after the date of separation shall be the sole and separate obligation of the party incurring it, and that party shall assume, pay and hold the other party harmless from any obligation so incurred.

Husband waives any and all rights to spousal support from Wife and understands that this waiver is final and that he may never in the future petition any court for spousal support as a result of this marriage.

Husband shall pay to Wife for her support and maintenance, the minimum sum of $1,500.00 per month, commencing June 1, 2009, and payable in advance by the 5th day of the...
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