Married couples and civil partners are able to agree specific terms of separation at any point in their relationship. If they separate, these terms can be activated and avoid expensive and drawn out Court proceedings.
The terms of any agreement can encompass all aspects of the relationship and might typically include issues relating to the children (contact, residence or maintenance) and assets (such as property, financial products or spousal maintenance).
It is important that anyone entering into a Separation Agreement is fully aware of the legal implications of doing so.
At Fosters we can negotiate agreed terms, having advised you on the merits and pitfalls of any agreement, before drafting a suitable document that seeks to safeguard your best interests.
To find out more about Separation Agreements, please contact us on the number below or alternatively you can email us.
Fosters Solicitors Team of Family Lawyers have a wealth of experience and knowledge to assist you in relation to any legal query or matter you may have. Call us on 01603 620508 or complete our online enquiry form and a member of the department will be in touch very soon.
- Unmarried Couples And The 'Common Law Marriage' Myth
- Divorce Numbers Reach Highest Since 2009
- A Woman In Taiwan Is Allowed To Divorce Her Husband Who Igno
- Change Of Rules For Domestic Violence
- National Divorce Fees Rise By 34%
- Ministry Of Justice "Form E" Miscalculation - Are
- Divorce And Separation - 6 Recent Question and Answers From
- Wife Could Win Cash Payment 20 Years After Divorce
- Family Lawyers Seek To Update Current Laws Regulating Divorc
- Victims Of Domestic Abuse Protected By Greater Police Powers