Legal separation

Myth
  Myth
“A Separation Deed is legally binding. I want that because I don’t want to divorce at the moment.”
Fact
  Fact
A Separation Deed is not legally binding, but simply evidence of your intentions to each other. It can be overturned or set aside if there is a significant change in the circumstances of one of the parties after signing but prior to any subsequent divorce. The divorce court district judge will consider a Separation Deed as one of the circumstances of the case when looking at how to divide your assets.

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