Options For Ending A Marriage
With the wide range of separation options available for married couples today, it’s no wonder spouses are in turmoil before they even serve the papers. Uncontested divorce, contested divorce and even separate maintenance proceedings are all valid options as you look to dissolve your marriage. At the end of the day, it comes down to what is best for you. With seasoned legal counsel and representation from our divorce firm, you don’t have to wonder if you’re making the best decision. At Faucette Law Firm LLC, we align our interests with yours to achieve results you can feel confident in.
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How Do I Know Which Form Of Separation Is Right For Me?
Much of your decision depends on the relationship you currently have with your spouse. If things are generally amicable, an uncontested divorce may be successful. But when conflict abounds, your divorce will likely be considered contested. For many couples, neither a contested nor uncontested divorce is viable. In this case, a separate maintenance agreement comes in quite handy. The benefits of such an agreement include:
- The ability to stay legally married but live separate lives
- Separate from each other without breaking moral or religious ideals
- Continue to receive health insurance and Social Security benefits
- No residency requirements
Whether you pursue traditional divorce or a separation maintenance agreement, you’ll still have to settle all the customary issues, including child custody and support, alimony and property division. There is no question that separating from your spouse can be confusing and the legal legwork involved will likely be intense. Let our Georgia firm do the heavy lifting for you, no matter what the legal needs of your family! We keep your concerns confidential, giving you free reign to voice how you’re feeling every step of the way.
Contemplating Divorce? Get Started With A Free Consultation.
A divorce may be in your future, but it doesn’t have to turn into a lifelong headache. Contact our Atlanta and Douglasville divorce law firm today to learn more about how we may be able to help you. To arrange a free phone consultation, call 770-628-1208 or send in this email with your information today.