Permanent Arrangements And Predivorce Consultations
Negotiating a legal separation is a sound legal method of exploring upcoming divorce arrangements. At Burton McKinnish, PLLC, we use it to allow divorcing couples the opportunity to see what settlement arrangements will work best for their pending divorce.
For other people, legal separation is used in lieu of divorce and for many different reasons:
- They have strong beliefs against divorce.
- They need time and space to work through marital problems.
- They have complex financial issues.
Separation can be a good way to explore a new marital situation while offering legal protection and fulfilling legal grounds for Tennessee no-fault divorce requirements. It is a good way to manage existing problems while looking ahead to avoid future complications, such as dividing your property, calculating and establishing child support and determining whether spousal support will play a role in your situation. Talk to our attorneys about finding a separation arrangement tailored to your needs.
Legal Help For Your Separation
The experienced family law attorneys of Burton McKinnish, PLLC, offer discreet legal services for their clients. Our legal counsel is continually supportive of your changing legal needs, and we are open to finding the right scenario for your separation.
Depending on your situation, we can help you draft a separation document that tackles the marital issues you face:
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Custodial and visitation rights
- Property division and distribution arrangements
Instituting effective separation arrangements will help strengthen your case when it comes time to settle a divorce. Therefore, taking extra time and seeking legal support to draft a comprehensive separation document can be a big benefit.
Get The Help You Deserve
We can also help you if your separation is not going as planned. Turn to us for legal help and guidance to renegotiate your predivorce or long-term arrangements. Call 865-229-9854 or email us here for help with your legal separation.