There are some times when married spouses need to take some time away from one another in order to try to resolve their marriage conflicts without getting a legal divorce. Called “Separate Maintenance” under Georgia Law, a marital separation agreement can address all issues that would be settled if a divorce is ultimately filed. At Boudreaux Law Firm, we offer our legal services for those who are not ready to dissolve their marriage entirely, yet who still desire to have legal action and boundaries put in place.
Children are often the center of parental attention when a marital separation agreement is sought. Through this legal process actions and boundaries regarding issues such as child custody, visitation, alimony, and child support can be addressed and set in place. Under Georgia Law, a marital separation agreement simply means that you and your spouse are no longer responsible for one another despite the fact that the two of you are still legally married.
Every situation is different because no two people or marriages are alike. At Boudreaux Law Firm, we approach each situation through an entirely individualized lens. We will take the time to understand your unique situation before presenting the options that are available to you. Matters of family law can be extremely emotional and highly stressful situations, especially for those who do not believe in filing for divorce due to religious reasons yet, who no longer desire to remain together. We take a compassionate approach with all of our clients, and we work hard to defend your individual rights while also upholding your best interests.
Boudreaux Law Firm in Augusta offers our clients the legal services they need regarding marital separation agreement and other family law legal matters. Contact our law firm today to schedule a thorough consultation.
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