Separation Agreements in Charlotte, NC Bring Peace of Mind
If you and your spouse have agreed to separate, you are not legally required to file a separation agreement during the first year of separation. However, many people find such an agreement beneficial during this time, especially when making arrangements for marital assets and property division, spousal or child support, and child custody. Why put your family’s best interests unnecessarily in the hands of the court system when you can rely on L.A. Williams Family Law to help you draft a separation agreement in Charlotte, NC? Please contact us today to learn more. Through skilled negotiations, mediation, or the Collaborative Process, our firm can help craft creative, enforceable agreements that eliminate or reduce the need for such escalation.
Why Put Your Family Matters Unnecessarily in the Hands of the Court?
A separation agreement is not legally required during the first year of separation. However, some families find such an agreement beneficial during the separation as the document is a legally binding and enforceable contract. The agreement generally governs the foremost concerns of the divorcing parties, including post-separation support, child custody arrangements, and property division. During such a tumultuous and emotional time, separation agreements can lend some modicum of stability and order.
Interested in Learning More About Separation Agreements in NC?
Are you interested in learning more about the advantages of separation agreements in Charlotte, NC? Contact L.A. Williams Family Law to schedule a consultation with our experienced family law attorney serving clients across Mecklenburg and Cabarrus counties.
Would you and your spouse like to meet together with the attorney? If you and your spouse wish to work together through this process, we are happy to offer free informational sessions where you and your spouse can meet with the attorney together to learn about the general legal options available. Please note, however, the attorney is not able to provide legal advice during this meeting. If either of you chooses to hire the attorney for representation in your matter, you will need to schedule a second, separate meeting with the attorney to receive legal advice. The attorney will offer referrals for the non-represented spouse.