No, unless your lawyer asks to turn it into a consent referral. Legal proceedings have usually not yet begun, allowing separating couples to opt for a separation agreement until they agree to make their terms final and binding in a subsequent divorce agreement. Second, you can file it with the state with the Commodity Registry Office, but the only people who need to submit their separation agreements are people who conduct real estate transactions between the time they signed that agreement and the time they divorce. And there are not many people. So there is a good chance that you will not be sure to submit this agreement to the Data Registry Office. Most people are not. The most important thing is to take your copy of the separation agreement and put it in a safe place. It should be in your safe or a safe that you have at home. It is an important legal document and that is why you want to keep it in a safe place. This is especially true when children are involved.
We always recommend that a lawyer create your separation agreement….