Not Ready To Divorce? A Legal Separation May Be The Right Choice.
If you no longer want to live with your spouse, yet remain hesitant to move forward with divorce, a legal separation may be the right choice for you. A separation agreement allows you to live on your own while remaining legally married. These agreements can provide a measure of protection in addition to simply moving out.
At Bristle Law, we know the law, and we know how to protect your interests, even if you are not ready to end your marriage. Our attorneys can help you draft a separation agreement that will protect your interests during this time. We are neighborhood attorneys who serve the entirety of Northern Virginia, and we are ready to help you address your family law concerns.
What Should Be In Your Separation Agreement?
A separation agreement is much like a divorce agreement, yet the two parties will remain married. You can craft your agreement to suit your unique needs and issues that are specific to your family. Some of the things your agreement may address include:
- Child custody and visitation schedules
- Property division and financial responsibility for kids
- Spousal support and who will remain in the family home
- Postnuptial agreements
- Payment of bills and health care costs
Our goal is to help you draft an agreement that allows you security and stability during your time of separation. No matter your reason for delaying divorce or choices for your future, we will work diligently to ensure you have the legal and financial protection you deserve.
Work With An Attorney Who Cares
Our lawyers take pride in providing personal and exceptional service to each person who comes to our Manassas law office. Contact us here or at 703-278-2027 for a low-cost initial evaluation of your case.