The Benefits of Separation
Sometimes couples have serious disagreements that require relationship changes within the marriage. When a couple decides that living apart but not divorcing would be beneficial, then separation may be the best option. In this scenario, a couple remains technically married, but they do not share a household.
Keeping a marriage legally intact can be pivotal for a couple who may resolve their issues in the future. Also, marriage carries many financial ties that can be difficult to break before the couple is ready. To discuss the legalities surrounding separation and whether or not it is right for you, contact the experienced family law attorneys of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq..
Reasons to Choose Separation
- Personal space needed to sort out differences
- Religious or social objection to divorce
- Joint health care coverage
- Financial ties that cannot be sorted out
- Amicability remains in the relationship
Each separation situation is different and requires thorough discussions and agreements between the couple. If you and your spouse decide that separation is best for your relationship, an experienced separation attorney can guide you through the legal process.
Contact a Monmouth County Separation Attorney
The experienced Monmouth County separation attorneys at the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq., understand the emotional complexities that surround couples going through a separation. Our compassionate legal team can help you through the legal nuances of this process with sensitivity and discretion. Speak with one of our attorneys today by calling (732) 898-2378.