Birmingham Separation

Living Apart in Alabama

Some couples choose to separate because they are not sure that the marriage is definitely over.  Some have moral issues about Brimingham divorce or want to continue to care for an ailing spouse while living separately.  Some couples use separation as a means to test what divorce is like and learn about what terms may work when they begin the process of divorcing. 

No matter what your reasons are for considering separation in Birmingham or the surrounding towns of Alabama, the attorneys at Covenant Law Firm can assist you in the preparation of a separation agreement or negotiation. 

Negotiating a Birmingham Legal Separation

Any of the terms that you and your spouse set in a separation agreement in Birmingham may carry over into any subsequent divorce, unless you prefer that certain terms do not continue or unless the court mandates otherwise, as it may in instances where it believes agreements do not serve the best interests of minor children.

This means that you need a law firm that is able to negotiate with the same strength as if you were already divorcing, because whatever your separation agreement says is likely to become part of your divorce agreement:

  • Property division
  • Assumption of debt
  • Child custody
  • Child visitation
  • Child support
  • Alimony

Birmingham Divorce Separation Help

Covenant Law Firm is ready to help clients with divorce separation in Birmingham or who want to separate or live apart under the auspices of an Alabama separation.  We are experienced negotiators who know how to construct agreements that support your divorce needs. 

Contact our offices today to learn more about how to start your legal separation in Birmingham by filling out our web form or calling 1 205 453.4103.

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