Separation advice


#1

Before considering separation you should meet with an attorney to discuss a consulation and the specific facts of your case. It would be impossible for me to address all the legal issues you may encounter on the forum. You may want to read this article on our website;

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#2

Speaking from experience, do NOT move out for any type of separation (“trial” or otherwise) without some kind of agreement. Once you’re out of the house-you are separated, and you can’t get back in. You MUST protect yourself. If she wants a ‘trial separation’ you need to spell it out, it’s terms, it’s length…everything in an agreement.

Please go see an attorney.


#3

My Wife wants us to have a trial separation. We have 3 kids under the age of 14. In her mind this means we moving out. Living together is no longer possible its to much stress on me and not good for my children. If I do move out will this hurt my case if she files for a divorce later. What can I do know to protect myself, is a separation agreement the way forward? I really need some advice and an attorney that cares about my case and family needs.