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Separation Agreements

Separation Agreements | Collins Family Law

Need an attorney for a separation agreement in Charlotte?

Many people choose to address issues of custody, child support, alimony, and equitable distribution by way of a separation agreement. By entering into a separation agreement, the parties resolve their family law issues in a private contract rather than have a judge hear evidence and make a ruling. Separation agreements have many benefits over litigation because with a separation agreement, you have direct input regarding the settlement terms and you can finalize your agreement and move forward fairly quickly. Resolving issues through litigation, on the other hand, can take months or years to finalize and puts the decisions about your life in the hands of a third party.

You know the facts and circumstances of your life much better than a judge ever could. Choosing to enter into a separation agreement rather than litigating the issues provides the opportunity to find mutually beneficial solutions that work for you and your situation.

Whatever your situation is, it is important to enlist the help of an experienced attorney. We know that facing the task of resolving financial, property, and custody issues can feel overwhelming. With the right legal assistance from our team at Collins Family Law Group, however, you can resolve these issues in a way that ensures everything that matters to you is protected.

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With a separation agreement, spouses can work out legally sound arrangements pertaining to important issues. A separation agreement may include provisions related to:

Litigation takes months, drains your emotional energy, and often results in an outcome that is less than ideal. By executing a separation agreement, you and your spouse can both move forward quickly and with far less animosity.

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Searching for a lawyer to draft a separation agreement in Charlotte, NC? Because the execution of a separation agreement affects your rights and responsibilities, it is important to have legal representation during the process. A separation agreement is not something you want to try to do on your own – the effects of an improperly drafted or executed separation agreement can last for many years.

We have the necessary knowledge, compassion, and practice to enable us to guide you in the right direction to protect your family and to help you resolve your legal issues with a separation agreement. If you are ready to move forward with a separation agreement, we are here to help.

Contact Collins Family Law Group to get started with our team of helpful attorneys.

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Need an Experienced Separation Agreement Attorney in Charlotte, NC?

When it comes to decisions as difficult as legal separation, it helps to have a knowledgeable, caring lawyer on your side. The attorneys at Collins Family Law Group will listen to your story, and approach your case with compassion and professionalism. We will ensure that you know and understand all of your rights and options so that you can feel confident that you are making the best decision for you and your family.

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When you feel ready to legally separate from your spouse, call Collins Family Law Group. Our separation agreement attorneys excel at finding creative, cost-effective solutions that work for you. We understand that this is a tough, emotional decision, and we will be by your side from start to finish.

Why Choose Our Lawyers?

  • We offer expertise — Board Certified Family Law Specialist at the firm.
  • We have proudly served North Carolina for over 20 years.
  • We pursue peaceful solutions and have two licensed mediators on our team.
  • We are zealous advocates if litigating the case in the courtroom is required.
  • We are known for creative, client-centered strategies.

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