A Separation Agreement is a legally binding contract entered into between spouses, resolving all issues of the marriage including equitable distribution of marital assets and liabilities, spousal maintenance, custody, parenting time and child support matters. A Separation Agreement becomes the terms of any future divorce, as well as expedites any uncontested divorce proceeding. A Separation Agreement can be as simple or complex as the situation warrants; however, there are certain provisions and language that must be included for it to be valid and enforceable.
A SEPARATION AGREEMENT INFLUENCES YOUR FUTURE
At Gilmore Law Offices PLLC, we understand that the terms you negotiate now to be included in your Separation Agreement will have a lasting impact on your future, and if you have children, on their future as well. A Separation Agreement is the one place where you can address specific issues and tailor language to meet your needs and desires. You can include provisions that are important to you even if those might not typically be addressed by a court of law. We can also help you anticipate and provide for future events to prevent future disputes and conflict.
COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE IS BEST
Attorney Tamara Gilmore encourages Collaborative Practice when negotiating Separation Agreements as it allows you to retain control over the important decisions impacting your life in a respectul and cooperative manner. To learn more about how Collaborative Practice and the benefits that it can provide to you and your family, please visit www.cnycollaborativepractice.com.
EXPERIENCED COLLABORATIVE SEPARATION AGREEMENT ATTORNEY
As a frequent lecturer for the New York State Bar Association, Attorney Tamara Gilmore has taught her peers on the topic of Separation Agreements. She has the knowledge and experience necessary to help ensure that your Separation Agreement is properly drafted, covers all necessary details and complies with all applicable law. In addition, Attorney Tamara Gilmore has the collaborative training, experience and skills required to successfully negotiate and draft any Separation Agreement.
Call today to schedule a consultation to learn more about Separation Agreements and how Collaborative Practice can benefit you and your family.