North Carolina Separation AGREEMENTWAKE COUNTY AND PROPERTY SETTLEMENT This separation agreement and settlement between John Glenn Doe of Durham County, North Carolina, as « John » and Mary Jane Doe of Wake County, North Carolina, is effective from the date on which it was executed by each party; IN THIS, the parties who were married on that date appeared on – and some differences appeared between them, making them undesirable to continue living together as John and Mary, for the reason that they separated on – and agreed to live separately and permanently; and there were no children born of marriage; CONSIDERING that each of the parties is over the age of 18 and wish to confirm their separation and make arrangements in this context, including the regulation and adaptation of their property rights and other rights, responsibilities and obligations arising from their marital relationship; and considering that each party has had the opportunity, after a thorough review and evaluation, to obtain an independent lawyer from a lawyer of its choice, each party considers that it is in its own interest to enter into this agreement to separate and compensate real estate, and that each party considers that this agreement to be fair, appropriate and equitable; and considering that each party has read this agreement, that it fully understands the terms and terms of this agreement and that it deems them fair, fair and equitable; NOW, THEREFORE, taking into account the premises, reciprocal promises and commitments in this content and for other good and valuable considerations whose receipt is heresheal, each party recognizes, accepts, approves and concludes with the other as follows:1. General. From time to time, after the date of the agreement, John and Mary are legal to live separately and separately, as complete, whole and in the same way and to the extent that they had never been married.2. Disturbances. John and Mary must be free from interference, restraint, authority and control, directly or indirectly, by the other, as complete as if he or she were single and unmarried. None of the following parties may disturb, annoy, harass, disturb or disturb the other, directly or indirectly, or force or attempt to compel the other to live or live with or with the other.3 residence. Subject to the restrictions on the payment of child support, John and Mary may reside in or where they live, stay or connect with the person or persons, as each of them deems appropriate or as each of them wishes.4 visit. Neither John nor Mary will call or visit the other unless one is expressly invited by the other.5 The job. Each party may, to its distinct advantage, engage in a job, business or profession that it can choose.6 The right to contract.