A separation agreement is a mutual agreement between two spouses who wish to separate and want to define the responsibilities that each will maintain in the bonds they share, such as children. In a separation agreement, the following points are usually clarified:

o   Alimony

o   Child support

o   Child custody and visits

o   Property and property division

o   Accounts payable

o   Protection orders

Once a separation agreement is signed, it becomes valid. Take your time and sought the advice of a good separation and divorce lawyer to make sure the terms outlined in the contract are also in your favor.

A separation agreement can seriously affect your life and generate great doubts and complications. At Octavia Legal Associates, we provide you with the necessary advice to negotiate a separation agreement that is fair to both parties, making the process quick and easy for you.