For a variety of reasons you may not want to take the step of getting divorced when you separate from your spouse.
You may however want to formalise any agreements you reach in relation to the children and property. If you are able to reach a voluntary agreement then this can be incorporated into a deed of separation, also called a separation agreement.
Our experienced family law solicitors can help you with all aspects of a separation agreement, and explain the advantages and disadvantages involved.
Our family law solicitors understand that this is an emotional time for all parties involved, and we try to make the processes surrounding separation as stress-free as possible.
Contact our specialist family law team for legal advice on separation agreements
Please call 0800 916 9055, or email email@example.com. Our family law solicitors operate across the country and can offer immediate and accessible representation anywhere in England & Wales.
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