Granite Bay Legal Separation Attorneys
Do You Know the Differences Between Legal Separation & Divorce?
Unlike a divorce, a legal separation does not terminate the marital status
of a domestic partnership or a marriage, and if one party decides that
they would like to proceed with the divorce, it can be modified requesting
a dissolution of marriage. Among other reasons, many couples choose to
legally separate in order to maintain medical benefits, for tax purposes,
or to spend time apart in order to determine whether or not divorce is
the next step.
Through the complexities of these separation-related issues, it is important
to seek legal counsel from our
Granite Bay family law attorneys. Whether your reasoning for legal separation is religious or pragmatic,
we can help you complete the process, answer any questions you have, and
address your concerns at any point through the process. We maintain open
communication with our clients as we work directly with them to reach
the best possible solution to their legal issues.
What are the Benefits of Legal Separation in California?
Legal separation offers many benefits for those who do not wish to enter
a final divorce decree, such as:
- You will retain the legal benefits of being married.
- You and your spouse may live separately.
- Alleviates concerns over health insurance.
- Gives you time to determine if you want to get divorced.
- Allows you to remain married for personal reasons, including religious beliefs.
- Covers matters including property division, spousal support, child support,
and child custody.
- File joint tax returns.
Knowledgeable Legal Advocacy in the Face of Divorce for Placer County,
Sacramento County, El Dorado County, & Beyond
When it comes to legal separation, it is incredibly important to retain an
experienced and committed attorney from the
Myers Family Law as soon as possible to help you navigate through the complexities of
family law and
legal separations. With decades of experience advocating for clients in Granite Bay and
the surrounding communities, our legal team is prepared to work on your behalf.
Contact us as soon as possible.
If you are seeking a legal separation, don't hesitate to contact our Granite Bay
family lawyers by calling us at (916) 634-0067 to schedule a
low-cost 30-minute consultation.