Seperation agreement papers


#1

You left, it’s already legal. The date of your lease is a verifiable date of seperation. Now, you need to begin the hard work of determining who will keep what, and pay for what. All of those details need to be put into a formal seperation agreement, which has to be agreed upon by both parties. You may or may not need an attorney’s help, check this website for more info, it’s a wealth of information. Do your homework, trust me.


#2

I just moved into an apartment complex 1 week ago and seperated from my husband. We both agreed that it was better for his children from another marriage and us to split up. How do i go about getting a seperation legalized so we can get a divorce later on?