• James Chau

Legal Separation Discussion

Updated: Oct 17

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between legal separation and divorce? Well, I’ve found an articlethat might answer some of your questions regarding these two options.

The author, D. A. Wolf, states that a legal separation is a binding agreement in the form of a court order that defines the handling of assets, liabilities and other financial matters if you choose to live separately from your spouse. It is important to note that a legal separation does not return your marital status to single, however, like a divorce it clearly outline financial obligations and any arrangements regarding children of the marriage. If you decide to get a divorce in the future, many of the terms specified in your legal separation will be considered by the court and it is a minor formality to finalize the marital status termination.

There are a number of reasons why some choose legal separation over divorce. A few examples to consider are religion, health benefits, finances, and etc. There are a large number of factors to consider when determining whether a legal separation or divorce is best and you should seek the counsel of an attorney for assistance.

If there are any legal questions you may have, I encourage you to, please contact my San Jose Divorce Lawyers office. My San Jose Family Lawyer offices assists many people who are going through family law related issues. We have many Affordable San Jose Divorce Lawyer solutions for many different budgets. We help many individuals through this very chaotic period in their life. Proudly serving the following cities, Fremont, Milpitas, Los Gatos, Cupertino, Mountain View, and Santa Clara.

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