Under state law, it is also possible that you and your future ex-spouse will reach an agreement to end it sooner or not at all. Georgian courts generally respect agreements between spouses, unless the agreement is clearly unscrupulous — in other words, so manifestly unfair that any reasonable person would reach that conclusion. You and your spouse are free to negotiate between you as long as the result is fair and to have this agreement recorded in the minutes as part of the final judgment of the divorce. An experienced family law lawyer can help you take the necessary steps to make your life together or marriage work together, while keeping in mind the long-term impact these agreements can have on you and your partner. Always disclose anything in your possession or for which you are responsible.