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China Free Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)/divorce agreement

Marital Settlement Agreement/Divorce Agreement (Minor Children)

About this Form:  This is a marital settlement agreement that may accompany the No-Fault Divorce form for use within the State of New York. This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances and matters relating to child custody and visitation. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a COMPLAINT FOR DIVORCE within China.

MARITAL SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT

 

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There are few really good blogs written in English about China law, most of which are full of advertisement for lawyer's businesses. It's not a good pratice as I see it. Considering that I always have something want to share with others, especially foreigners. My aim for writing this blog is to let foreigners, including attorneys of other jurisdiction and those who are in need of legal service in China, to learn more about China law.

 

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