If you are married or in a civil partnership and have separated, but are not yet ready to divorce or dissolve your civil partnership, you may wish to enter into a Separation Agreement.
Drawing up a Separation Agreement is a highly individualised thing; it can be tailored to suit the individual needs of the couple and any children.

A Separation Agreement greatly enhances your chances of avoiding a difficult legal battle provided it is reasonable and does not contravene your legal rights. The agreement would be a formal legal deed and therefore legally binding in the same way as any legal contract between two parties.

For more information about Separation Agreements or to book a free half hour appointment with one of our specialist family solicitors, contact us today.

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