Separation Agreement Attorneys in Nashua
Guiding Clients Through the Separation Process
Not every couple chooses to get divorced when their marriage is on the fritz. There are numerous reasons for this, including religious beliefs and a desire to explore if it is possible to still salvage the marriage. Whatever a couple’s reasons are for choosing to legally separate instead of divorce, they will still have to endure a process that bears a similar resemblance to the divorce process. Certain key issues, such as child custody and spousal support, will need to be addressed and become part of a couple’s separation agreement.
At Bernazzani Law, our attorneys have the insight and knowledge to help clients achieve a separation agreement that addresses their goals and needs.
Contact our law office today at (603) 261-2214 to schedule a free case review with an experienced member of our legal team to discuss your case and learn more about how we can assist you.
What is Included in a Separation Agreement?
When spouses choose to legally separate, they will have to enter into a contract that addresses numerous key issues.
The following are some of what you and your spouse will address in your separation agreement:
- Which parent the children will live with and how much time they will spend with their non-custodial parent
- How expenses, such as rent, taxes, and health care costs are to be addressed during the separation
- Whether a spouse will pay spousal support or child support or both
- How both parties plan to manage their assets during their separation
- If the couple will sell or divide any marital property while they are separated
- How any income, property, or other assets are to be treated after the date of separation
Although legal separation differs from divorce in many distinct ways, it does not make the process of achieving a separation agreement any less complex. You will still need an attorney on your side to ensure your agreement also protects your interests. Otherwise, you could potentially find yourself in a predicament that could affect you for years to come. Remember, it always costs less to do things right the first time, so do not hesitate to obtain legal representation to ensure you are able to get through this process as smoothly as possible.
Schedule a Free Case Review with a Separation Agreement Attorney Today!
At Bernazzani Law, our separation agreement attorneys will help you reach a resolution that best suits your goals and needs as you move forward with this process. Legal separation is, in many ways, like a divorce, so you should not assume that it does require any legal assistance. To the contrary, legal assistance is just as essential to the success of your case as it is for a divorce case and the consequences can be just as long-lasting. With over 25 years of experience on our side, you can feel confident in our ability to effectively assist you during this difficult time,
Begin your case today and reach out to our law firm at (603) 261-2214 to schedule a free initial case review with one of our trusted attorneys.
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