Separation Agreements

Separation agreements are a way the parties can resolve all, or many, of the issues involved in marital litigation. This allows them to not only save money in attorney fees, but it allows them to avoid the pain, and sometimes embarrassment of the litigation where deeply personal and private matters will be discussed. The parties then usually request the court to make the agreement a court order. Once this is done, the issues agreed upon are final, except issues involving the best interest of the children.

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