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Post Separation Contract, Separation Agreement, Property Division, Divorce, Waiver, Equitable Distribution

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									NORTH CAROLINA                              )              SEPARATION AGREEMENT
CABARRUS COUNTY                             )

THE LAWS OF NORTH CAROLINA SHALL GOVERN THIS AGREEMENT IN
ACCORDANCE WITH N.C. G. S. § 50-20

PARTIES TO AFORESAID AGREEMENT ARE

_______________ (“Wife”)
_______________
_______________

______________ (“Husband”)
______________
______________

I. RECITALS
THIS is made and entered into this the ___ day of ___,______ by and between Husband and
Wife.

WHEREAS, the parties hereto were lawfully married to each other on or about the _____ day of
______, _____,

1. Husband and Wife separated on the ______ day of _______, 2010.

The parties in contemplation of dissolution of this marriage and enter into this separation
Agreement to evidence the fact that they have agreed to Denote, Designate their rights during
aforementioned separation and eventual dissolution of the marriage.

II. INCORPORATION

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The parties do hereby incorporate the above recitals herein by reference, THIS AGREEMENT
SHALL BECOME PART OF ANY LATER DIVORCE DECREE.

III. PROPERTY
Any property (real or personal in nature) acquired, owned, maintained, and disposed shall be
designated “separate” and not “marital” property whether acquired before, during, or after the
dissolution of the parties’ marriage as Defined in N.C.G.S. § 50-20(b). PARTIES HAVE
AGREED TO DESIGNATE ALL PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY HUSBAND BEFORE OR
DURING MARRIAGE as SEPARATE. PARTIES HAVE AGREED TO DESIGNATE ALL
PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY WIFE BEFORE OR DURING MARRIAGE as SEPARATE.
Each party agrees to specifically waive any claims or rights of equitable distribution of marital
property arising out of N.C. Gen. Stat. § 50-20, et seq., or otherwise, now and hereafter by law
provided.

The above section includes but is not limited to:
          1. All real property, real estate
          2. Personal Property, tangible or intangible, including but not limited to checking,
              savings, retirement accounts; stocks, securities, life insurance, ect.
          3. All property at any time acquired by the other by gift, devise, or bequest or
              inheritance.
          4. All income, derived from wages or otherwise, interest,
								
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