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If you want to arrange a separation agreement between you and your spouse or civil partner, you can count on the team of experienced solicitors here at PDA Law to guide you through the process. We have years of experience in drawing up separation agreements for our clients in an efficient manner, so you can be sure that trusted professionals will handle your case with care.
A separation agreement is a contract between spouses or civil partners who wish to have their separation legally recognised. A separation agreement allows a couple to stay legally married but live separately. This agreement is legally binding and should outline a couple’s rights and obligations towards each other and any children involved.
The terms discussed during a separation agreement are the same as those also addressed during a divorce. Both parties must consent to the terms of their separation agreement. If they cannot come to an agreement, they must negotiate the terms through a mediator.
Once both parties have come to a fair agreement, the separation agreement must be written up and signed by both parties. This document is called a Deed of Separation and is a legally binding contract.
There are certain benefits of a separation agreement that a divorce does not provide. These advantages include:
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