When a marriage ends, legal issues immediately arise. Getting strong legal advice is the only option.
What is my spouse won’t agree to leave and I cannot move from my home or it is solely my home?
This is a difficult situation that many clients find themselves in. When a living situation is untenable, one solution can be to file for Divorce from Bed and Board and ask the court to kick your spouse out of the home based on fault they have committed. Additionally, you can also ask the court for sequestration of the marital residence in child support or an interim distribution of the marital residence if you have good cause.
If I am planning to move out do I really need a Separation Agreement?
Yes, yes, and yes. If you are planning to move out, have moved out, or otherwise have any remaining financial or legal ties with your spouse, you do need a separation agreement. Not only will the agreement give you peace of mind, but there are numerous legal issues to be resolved in your agreement. What about filing taxes or tax deductions? What about Alienation of Affections and Criminal Conversation waivers? What about the Doctrine of Necessaries? All of these things should be resolved in your agreement, along with a multitude of others. And NO you should not simply print off a go by from the internet. Do you really personally know what all the legal jargon means?
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Our attorney works with both parties (and their attorneys) to facilitate negotiations and find a mutually agreeable resolution to their dispute.
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