Separation agreements may be appropriate for couples taking a break who may not yet have reached the point where they definitely wish to dissolve their relationship but who wish to make arrangements for finances and/or their children.
An agreement entered into with legal advice on both sides can have binding effect and will have a significant impact on the view of the court in any subsequent financial dispute arising from divorce proceedings.
The document can also be used to evidence the exact date on which you split from your partner.
Separation agreements can cover a number of matters including division of property, other financial issues, such as maintenance and arrangements for your children.
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A separation agreement is a legal document that sets out the terms of your separation. It can cover things like financial arrangements, property ownership, child custody and visitation rights, and any other issues that need to be resolved.
We can help you understand your options and reach an agreement that's fair for both of you. A separation agreement is a legal document that sets out the terms of your separation. It can cover things like financial arrangements, property ownership, child custody and visitation rights, and any other issues that need to be resolved. Reaching a separation agreement can be a quick and amicable process, or it may take some time and negotiation to reach an agreement that works for both of you. Either way, solicitors can help to make sure that your interests are protected and that the agreement is legally binding. If you're thinking about separating from your partner, talk to a solicitor today to find out more about separation agreements and how they can help you. solicitors can help you with:
Separation agreements can be used in both contested and uncontested divorces, so even if you don't think you'll be able to reach an agreement with your partner, it's still worth talking to a our team about your options