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What is a Separation Agreement?

A Separation Agreement is a written agreement that sets out your financial arrangements while you are separated. This agreement is useful if you have not decided whether to divorce or dissolve your civil partnership or marriage.

The agreement should confirm and outline the issues between each person. Determining what assets and responsibilities there are, how they will be fairly divided and what that process will look like. Assets and responsibilities could include, shared monetary assets, cars, houses/properties, joint savings accounts, shared debts, spousal maintenance, child arrangements and/or maintenance, personal belongings, and pets.

Although a Separation Agreement is not legally binding, you are stronger with one than without. If you have a written Separation Agreement it gives each party the opportunity to put their case to the courts, who can then choose to accept your agreement. Allowing both parties to lead separate lives without needing to divorce. A Separation Agreement is also beneficial for longer-term partners who are not married and whose relationships have broken down. Separating people can divide their assets and responsibilities fairly and this is often a more affordable option. For example if one person has moved on to another relationship, bought another house or their financial circumstances have changed, the agreement formalises the separation process to help avoid conflict and misunderstanding in the future. 

Getting the right help with a Separation Agreement in UK is vital, and Family Law Mediation can provide the professional support you need.

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Professional Support & Guidance

Family Law Mediation has extensive experience in providing professional mediation, support and guidance when it comes to Separation Agreements. Our team of experienced family law mediators can help you to make sure your Separation Agreement is the best it can be. We understand the complexities of the family law system and are dedicated to helping you get the most out of your Separation Agreement.

Understand the Pros and Cons of a Separation Agreement UK 

When going through a separation, it is important to understand the pros and cons of a Separation Agreement. A Separation Agreement in UK can help to make the process easier and ensure that both parties are in agreement, which can help to reduce the stress and conflict associated with a separation. However, it is important to ensure that both parties understand their rights and obligations under the agreement, as well as any potential challenges that may arise. 

You could reach an agreement without going to court. At Family Law Mediation, our experienced mediators can help you and your partner reach an agreement without having to go to court. We can help you to understand the implications of a Separation Agreement and provide tailored mediation based on your individual circumstances. We can also provide support throughout the process, helping to ensure that the outcome is fair, equitable and in the best interests of all parties.

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Affordable & Accessible

At Family Law Mediation, we strive to make our services affordable and accessible to all. We understand that Separation Agreements in UK can be expensive, and we are committed to providing our clients with the highest quality mediation and support at an affordable price. We also offer flexible payment plans so that you can get the help you need without having to break the bank.

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