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How to File for Legal Separation with We The People NY January 18, 2012

Chelsea, Manhattan
How to File for Legal Separation with We The People NY, Manhattan, New York

The hardest thing for a couple to deal with in their relationship is establishing an appropriate end to their marriage. It is not something that anyone really wants to deal with, but sometimes it becomes the inevitable choice. Before taking the giant leap to a divorce, there is the option of a legal separation which will not technically end your marriage, but will give you the room to determine your next step.

We the People of NY provides affordable, accurate, friendly legal document preparation services for both legal separation and divorce.

A legal separation is available for couples that do not want to get a divorce, but want to live apart and establish an agreement on financial responsibilities, property distribution, and parenting issues. When both parties come to an agreement on the issues of spousal support, parenting arrangements, support of children, division of property and payment of debts, the agreement is uncontested.

All separations are eligible to be reversed at any time, before the court grants a divorce to either party. Since you are technically still married in a legal separation, you are not free to remarry without getting a divorce.

When it comes time to file for legal separation or divorce, We the People of NY is available to walk with you throughout the process. They will take you through the steps of filing with the court and working out all the issues like child support, custody and marital assets.

We The People of NY is locally owned and operated and has a convenient storefront office on 219 West 14th St. between 7th and 8th Avenues. You may call or visit them (no appointment necessary) for free information with no obligation.

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