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Separation Agreements

Separation agreements detail how you and your partner/spouse will separate and disentangle your lives from one another. Couples need to come to decisions on such issues as assets, support, taxes, status, and children (if applicable). Every couple needs to mutually agree to the separation agreement before moving forward with obtaining a divorce. Couples who want to legally separate, but do not want to move forward with obtaining a divorce may also want to get a separation agreement. The separation agreement defines the terms that each individual in a couple has agreed to in moving forward with their lives.

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