When it comes to divorces, it is a very mentally draining time for the parties involved. In addition to dealing with your unsuccessful marriage, often people also have to deal with saving their image in public, regardless of the reason for their divorce. This privacy is where NDAs come into play. At Arturo R. Alfonso P.A., we can help you obtain a non-disclosure agreement regarding your divorce, thus saving you from dealing with the public and this stressful time simultaneously. To assist you through your divorce time, we have prepared a quick guide to brief you about non-disclosure agreements and how you can avail these to your advantage.
NDAs and Divorce Settlements
NDA divorce settlements have been very popular for quite some time, and many people have opted for these to better process their divorce without gaining attention from the public eye. We understand how emotionally stressful a divorce can be for both parties involved. If you add the difficulty of dealing with people and their unnecessary questions regarding the divorce, it can be very emotionally taxing.
As a result, NDAs can be seen as a plausible solution. The purpose of these NDA divorce settlements is to ensure that all knowledge and news regarding the divorce is strictly restricted amongst the parties involved and their attorneys, and no information is leaked outside. This divorce non-disclosure agreement allows both parties to maintain their privacy and settle their rewards while being in a more peaceful state of mind. In addition to this, everyone involved or has some knowledge about the divorce, be it friends or family, is strictly prohibited from sharing any news to the outside world, thus further protecting the party from any prying eyes.
What do NDA divorce settlements achieve?
First and foremost, since both parties signed the NDA agreement, they are both completely aware that if they were to leak any information to the outside world for any personal gains or any other reason, there would be consequences. As a result, it instills a fear in them, and they choose to keep all information private. When the divorce non-disclosure agreement is being signed, the terms for these consequences or laid out very clearly.
Second, the first step towards signing an NDA is that both parties acknowledge they have to protect the privacy of the divorce. These include deciding what to do once the case has ended and how any evidence should be discarded or treated. The next step is to decide the different ways through which the confidentiality of the divorce should be protected, what counts as a breach and reaching a mutual agreement on the consequences of defying the NDA agreement.
Both parties are given an equal say in deciding what the consequences will be if either party tries to breach the NDA agreement. These can include various financial penalties that could be imposed on the party that has breached the agreement. As a result, attorneys can protect their clients from gaining any unwanted social media, online or any other unwarranted and unwanted publicity regarding the divorce.
Do you want to hire a divorce or family law attorney to help you with your divorce while maintaining your privacy? We are experienced in NDA divorce settlements and have worked on multiple cases that have allowed our clients to deal with their divorce smoothly and without compromising their privacy. We understand the delicacies regarding the case and want to ensure maximum privacy to help clients go through these trying times without making matters worse for them.