Separation Agreements

When parties are unable to come to an agreement on their own with respect to their separation including child support, spousal support, decision-making for children, parenting time, and property division, they can look to the court to seek judicial input on the matter. Separation agreements are legally binding contracts between parties that can deal with any of support, decision-making for the children, parenting time, and property division. Our team of family law lawyers can assist you in negotiating and preparing a thorough Separation Agreement that addresses the complex issues that arise following a separation.

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