Exploring The Option Of A Separation Agreement
A separation agreement is a way to resolve the issues spouses face in a divorce proceeding without the need for litigation. A separation agreement is typically used as a way to permanently settle child custody, child support, alimony and property division without spouses ever setting foot into a courtroom. The attorney you choose to help you negotiate your separation agreement must be highly detailed, knowledgeable about family law, and forward-thinking.
At the Greenville, North Carolina, law firm of Miller & Audino, LLP, our lawyers have more than 50 years of experience helping a variety of individuals as they determine the terms of their separation agreements and work toward the finalization of their divorces. We are committed to offering personalized, traditional legal representation that serves your best interests both holistically and cost-effectively.
Why Have A Separation Agreement?
- Separation agreements help to calm some of the chaos that occurs during the divorce process. Knowing that your children and your financial well-being are cared for can alleviate enough stress to allow you to focus on efficiently and thoroughly resolving your divorce.
- While these agreements generally finalize all issues resulting from your separation and impending divorce, you and your estranged spouse may reach a mutually beneficial agreement on some issues but be at odds when it comes to others.
- We can minimize your litigation costs, legal fees and emotional strife by negotiating an agreement to those issues the spouses can agree on and litigate those remaining issues.