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Separation Agreements Attorney in New City

Experienced Rockland County, NY lawyers Bring Legal knowledge in Separation Agreements

When a marriage comes to a final breaking point, a separation agreement can help to recast the relationship. In many occasions, it is best for all if the parties can work their issues out and enter into a separation agreement.

A Legal separation is a less final means of resolving marital difficulties than a divorce. New City, NY Family Law Attorney Stacy Sabatini helps clients understand some of the benefits that separation agreements have over divorce, including:

  • Legal separation can set parameters for the couple while living separately particularly in regard to support obligations and child visitation matters.
  • Religious reasons
  • No grounds need to be stated to pursue legal separation
  • By remaining married, the option is left available for a resumption of marriage.
  • Couples Mediation

What is a Separation Agreement?

A separation agreement is like any other legal document or formal contractual arrangement. It can bind the parties to terms regarding assets, finances, childcare, visitation and parenting time, and several other factors involved in separation. Our law firm also offers couples mediation, that can help two people reach an agreement together voluntarily.

Think of a separation agreement as a private contract between spouses. The agreement is negotiated between the parties and their lawyers. It involves issues such as:

Caring and Experienced Rockland County Lawyers Can Help

Rockland County, New York, Family Law Attorney Stacy Sabatini can help with separation agreements and will also review separation agreements that have been drafted by other attorneys and law firms. To schedule a mediation or a FREE consultation, please fill out our online form or call 845-243-0295. 

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By Stacy Sabatini



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