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Divorce Agreement (Marital Dissolution Agreement) Form 5 - Tennessee

Divorce Agreement (Marital Dissolution Agreement) Form. This is a Tennessee form and can be used in Circuit Court Davidson Local County .
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IN THE ____________ CIRCUIT COURT FOR DAVIDSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE Plaintiff vs. [NAME (First, Middle, Last) OF SPOUSE FILING THE DIVORCE] Docket No: Defendant [NAME (First, Middle, Last) OF THE OTHER SPOUSE] Divorce Agreement [Marital Dissolution Agreement] This form explains how you and your spouse will divide your property and debts. You must file this form with your Complaint for Divorce (FORM 1). We say that: We are the Wife and Husband listed above. We are filing a Complaint for Divorce in the county and Court listed above because we can no longer get along as Husband and Wife. We understand our marriage rights and duties and want to get an agreed divorce. We agree on everything in the Complaint for Divorce. The Complaint for Divorce does not have to be served and there is no need to file an Answer. Each of us has read this whole Divorce Agreement and agree it is fair. We understand that it will become part of our Final Decree of Divorce. No one made us sign this Agreement. We will sign any other papers needed to carry out this Agreement. Children: My spouse and I have no children together who are under 18, in high school, or disabled. Children together means children we had together who were born before our marriage AND any and all children born or adopted during our marriage. The Wife is not pregnant. Real Property (house, land, or mobile homes that are permanently attached to the ground): Neither spouse owns real property. Other Assets (business or retirement accounts): Neither spouse owns a business or has a retirement account. HUSBAND: Initials _______________ Date Signed WIFE: Initials ______________ Date Signed ______ August 2012 (FORM 5) Divorce Agreement Approved by the Tennessee Supreme Court To request an ADA accommodation, please contact Dart Gore at 880-3309. Page 1 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Husband's Personal Property: The Husband will own the following property: a. Vehicles (cars, motorcycles, trucks, boats, etc.) Year Vehicle 1 Year Vehicle 2 Year Vehicle 3 Year Vehicle 4 Make Model VIN # Make Model VIN # Make Model VIN # Make Model VIN # b. Other personal property (bank accounts, cash, furniture, jewelry, etc.) ­ NOT houses or land: Describe: c. All personal property currently in the possession of the Husband is his as follows: Wife's Personal Property: The Wife will own the following property: a. Vehicles (cars, motorcycles, trucks, boats etc.) Year Vehicle 1 Year Vehicle 2 Year Vehicle 3 Year Vehicle 4 Make Model VIN # Make Model VIN # Make Model VIN # Make Model VIN # b. Other personal property (bank accounts, cash, furniture, jewelry, etc.) ­ NOT houses or land: Describe: c. All personal property currently in the possession of the Wife is hers as follows: [IF YOU NEED MORE LINES, COPY THIS PAGE AND MAKE SURE IT IS INCLUDED WHEN YOU FILE THIS FORM.] HUSBAND: Initials _______________ Date Signed WIFE: Initials ______________ Date Signed ______ August 2012 (FORM 5) Divorce Agreement Approved by the Tennessee Supreme Court To request an ADA accommodation, please contact Dart Gore at 880-3309. Page 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Debts Husband Will Pay: Husband will pay all debts he has made since the date of separation, and will pay for the following debts: LIST ALL LOANS, CREDIT CARDS, CASH ADVANCE DEBTS, ETC. NAME OF CREDITOR (person or company you owe) AMOUNT STILL OWED 1. 2. 3. 4. $ $ $ $ Debts Wife Will Pay: Wife will pay all debts she has made since the date of separation, and will pay for the following debts: LIST ALL LOANS, CREDIT CARDS, CASH ADVANCE DEBTS, ETC. NAME OF CREDITOR (person or company you owe) AMOUNT STILL OWED 1. 2. 3. 4. $ $ $ $ [IF YOU NEED MORE LINES, COPY THIS PAGE AND MAKE SURE IT IS INCLUDED WHEN YOU FILE THIS FORM.] We Both Agree on How to Divide the Debts (Hold Harmless Provision) Both spouses agree to divide their debts as listed above. The Husband agrees to pay all the debts listed under "Debts Husband Will Pay." The Wife agrees to pay all the debts listed under "Debts Wife Will Pay." The Wife will not try to make the Husband pay her debts. The Husband will not try to make the Wife pay his debts. Creditors will try to collect from both spouses. Both spouses understand this. A creditor may get one spouse to pay the other spouse's debt. If that happens, the spouse who is supposed to pay the debt will pay the other spouse back. They will pay back any payments and reasonable lawyer's fees the spouse made. They will pay back any costs of trying to stop a creditor from collecting the debt. HUSBAND: Initials _______________ Date Signed WIFE: Initials ______________ Date Signed ______ August 2012 (FORM 5) Divorce Agreement Approved by the Tennessee Supreme Court To request an ADA accommodation, please contact Dart Gore at 880-3309. Page 3 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Alimony (check one): Neither spouse wants alimony. (Check one): Wife Husband agrees to pay (amount): $ until (date or action that ends alimony): If alimony is sought, we agree that the alimony will be (check one): Weekly Monthly Annually If alimony is sought, we agree that the alimony (check all the blocks that apply to your agreement): Can be modified upon changes in our lives. Will end when the one paying the alimony dies. Will end when the one who receives the alimony dies. Will end when the one paying the alimony remarries. Will end when the one receiving the alimony remarries. Will end when the one receiving the alimony finishes school or on (date) whichever date comes first. , Important: Both spouses understand there may be tax consequences to the agreed upon alimony and we have put our initials at the bottom of this page acknowledging there can be tax consequences and that we are responsible for knowing, understanding and accepting these consequences. Cannot Own Retirement Accounts, Businesses, and/or Real Property: Neither spouse has an IRS-qualified pension or retirement plan. [If you do, you cannot use these forms] Neither spouse owns a business. [If you do, you cannot use these forms] Neither spouse has real property (house or land). [If you do, you cannot use these forms] Name Change: Check below to change a spouse's name back to the name used before this marriage. A government agency or other institution may need proof of this name change. If so, give them a filed copy of this form. Wife First Middle Last Husband First Middle Last Court Costs will be paid by (check one): Husband Wife Husband and Wife wi
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