A separation agreement is a legal contract between both parties stating they will live apart in the time frame necessary prior to filing for a divorce. The separation agreement must also be notarized which is provided by our office. The separation agreement clearly states and best resolves any issues including but not limited to: financial debt, child custody, child support, alimony and more.
In many states, it is required that a separation agreement is signed and notarized for one year prior to the filing of a divorce. A separation agreement is also well suited for those who are not ready to divorce. This agreement under the law does not allow either party to remarry another individual until the divorce is finalized.
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Separation agreements allow the parties to agree upon many important issues. It is important to keep an open mind while working through the separation agreement. Some of the topics to be determined may include child custody & visitation, child support, separation of assets including property and more.
If you believe you are ready to take the step towards a separation agreement, please contact our office today for a consultation. One of our Charlotte Separation Agreements Attorneys will assist you with finding a time to meet with our attorney, Anna Blood.
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