A separation agreement must be carefully drafted
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It is possible to live apart without divorcing or dissolving your civil partnership, but still address the financial consequences of the breakdown of your relationship.
You may wish to enter into a separation agreement for a number of reasons, such as:
You will need to think about how any joint assets are to be divided, what will happen in the event that there are divorce proceedings in the future and, of course, if there are any children, you will need to come to arrangements regarding with whom they shall live and what arrangements will be put in place for the non-resident parent.
We can ensure that you are provided with comprehensive advice as to the options available to you and that any separation agreement is carefully drafted and adequately protects your position.
We can also explain some of the key issues and decisions you will have to make during the process so that you have time to consider them.
If you are considering separating or if your spouse has indicated that they wish to separate, it is important that you speak to someone as soon as possible.
Contact one of our Family team for an appointment. They will listen to your concerns, explain how they can help and the options that are available to you.