It is again! The below information is what my spouse sent
Hi Mary, it is Helen again! The below information is what my spouse sent today in regards ***** ***** settlement. I just wanted you to review it to see if there anything I should include. I think it is pretty fair. Can things like his assets, and the Pension, etc. be written into the Divorce Decree? I will ask him to be more specific about assets. I look forward to your response.I would agree to continuing the spousal support at $4000.00 monthly, as long as we agree that neither of us will seek to access the other's social security benefits (unless one predeceases the other), and I would agree to dividing the total IRA/401k assets of $485,160 as follows: $325,160 to you and $160,000 to me; assuming as we had discussed earlier, that we transfer the mortgages and equities of the two real properties to each as they are, each pays whatever costs associated with the refinancing and/or recasting of the loans on the respective properties that each is to keep, and each keeps all other unattached assets (vehicles, furniture, equipment, appliances, other valuables, etc.) as they are currently held. I will also agree to keep you as the beneficiary of the spousal benefit on my pension and to will any assets of my estate to you or your children or grand children however you wish.
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I have filed the separation agreement in court already. The
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