If you both wish to waive your final disclosure statement, you can use the disposition and waiver of the final disclosure statement (Form FL-144). If you do not use this form, make sure that your written agreement contains a very specific language about the waiver. A marital separation agreement, also known as an asset transaction agreement, is a written contract that divides your property, defines your rights, and resolves issues such as maintenance and custody. A marital separation agreement can be made before or after the divorce application, even if you and your spouse are still together. Either the plaintiff or the defendant must send these final forms to the court and apply for a judgment on divorce or legal separation. You must also attach other injunctions that the court must make in respect of property and debts, maintenance of spouses or partners and, if you have children with your spouse or domestic partner, custody, access and custody of children. . . .