Separation Agreements are formal, legal documents setting out final or temporary (interim) agreement by the parties pertaining to all legal issues arising from their separation, these include:
- Arrangements relating to children;
- Financial support;
- Settlement of the spouses’ property claims; and
- Possession of the parties’ matrimonial home.
Final separation agreements also typically include additional provisions whereby the parties agree that they will not advance further claims against each other in the future; with the exception of particular issues which are specifically referred to in the agreement as being subject to change or variation in the future. Kurie Queck LLP’s family law team can draft appropriate parameters for your separation agreement, and help you resolve important issues like benefits and property issues.