Clarence, NY Legal Separation

When A Separation Agreement Is Necessary

When a couple is not quite at the point of consideration for a divorce, legal separation is usually the best option. This gives each party some time and space to reflect on the relationship. This helps to alleviate immediate tension and decide whether reconciliation is in the cards in the future. To initiate the process, a separation agreement must be drafted . This will outline the terms that each party agrees to, addressing such items as:

Clarence, NY Legal Separation Agreement

Reducing the Stress of Legal Separation

A separation is stressful for all those involved. Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo can help to reduce that anxiety by helping the parties come to a mutual agreement on all important matters. We can then draft the separation agreement based on these terms. If you're seeking a legal separation, then you should consider the many benefits of mediation versus going to court. Mediation is:

  • Less stressful than courtroom litigation
  • Less time-consuming than fighting it out in court
  • Confidential and private
  • Less expensive than going to court with an attorney

Legal Separation Made Easier in Clarence, NY

If you are at a point in your life where you're considering a separation, then you should contact Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo. Our experienced mediators will work with you and your spouse to bring everyone in agreement. Our goal is to ensure both sides are comfortable and satisfied. Keep in mind that courtroom litigation can drag on for months and even years. We can often resolve issues with just a few mediation sessions.

If you are in the Clarence, NY area and are looking to separate from your partner, contact Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo at 716-400-7286 so that we may help you begin the process of legal separation.

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Divorce Mediation Services of Buffalo LLC. Is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice or counsel. Each party has been encouraged to be fully advised by their respective counsel regarding the legal, financial, and practical effect of any agreement entered into.