New Jersey Separation Agreements
New Jersey Divorce Lawyers are often asked to prepare a Separation Agreement by a client who has not yet decided whether to divorce but wants to resolve all of the issues that would need to be addressed in their divorce case, such as alimony, child support, custody and parenting time, and division of assets/debts.
As long as each spouse has his or her own lawyer, a New Jersey Separation Agreement will usually be enforced whenever the parties do decide to divorce—unless the Separation Agreement provided for alimony and/or child support and in the interim there has been a substantial “change of circumstances.”
Three Most-Frequently Asked Questions:
- How Do I Get A Legal Separation In New Jersey?
- What is the Difference Between a Separation Agreement and a Marital Settlement Agreement in New Jersey?
- What Issues Should Be Addressed in an MSA/Separation Agreement?