“No Fault” divorce has reduced the need for a separation agreement. However, there are cases in which it may be beneficial to have a separation agreement rather than a divorce. Sometimes people chose a separation agreement to keep their options open. Occasionally, people are not ready for the final step of a divorce. However, they may want to be legally separated from each other. There are also advantages to a separation agreement to consider. Those advantages would include potential tax benefits and health care coverage.
When you are facing a contested or uncontested divorce or legal separation, it pays to have a trusted, experienced attorney on your side. You can depend on us to help you with all aspects of the separation agreement process. We will meet with you and review all aspects of your case, including financial and custodial issues. After discussing all issues with you, we will draft a separation agreement that will protect your rights and benefit both you and your children.
Entrust your case to us including aspects like:
- Division of the marital estate
- Spousal support and separate maintenance (alimony)
- Custody and visitation rights
- Child Support
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It is our job to help you through this difficult time with outstanding service and reliable legal support. We help our clients to make this transition in their life as easily as possible.