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Separation and divorce concerns can be addressed in court

Getting a divorce isn't normally what anyone expects after getting married, but when time passes, people change and goals alter. If you're seeking a divorce, it's important that you work with your attorney to make sure you put forward documents like parenting plans, information about your assets and more, so you can be sure you have the best chance of getting what you want out of your marriage.

Divorce is a last resort for many, and if you want to save your marriage, speaking to a marriage counselor or third party can help. However, if you do decide that your marriage can't be saved, then it's time to consider divorce as an option.

You don't need to do anything special to be officially separated other than living in a different location than your spouse with the intention of being separate permanently. However, signing a separation agreement before you separate can help you protect yourself against accusations of abandonment or adultery that could take place if no official paperwork is in place.

If your spouse won't sign the paperwork, there's a few options you have. You can work with a mediator to get him or her to sign, or you can simply go without the agreement. If your spouse does sign and doesn't follow the terms of the agreement, then you can have it enforced with the use of a court order.

Our website has more information about seeking a divorce or separation. This can be a confusing time, so working with someone who understands the law can be of major assistance.

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