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Norfolk Separation Agreements Lawyer

Drafting Professional Marital Separation Agreements in MA

In Massachusetts, courts do not issue legal separation judgments. When a spouse wants to separate but not divorce, they can file a complaint for separate support. When making the decision to separate from a spouse, people often have many questions and concerns. If you are seeking advice from a legal separation lawyer in Norfolk County, call Angel Burke Law to learn more about your options.

We can help protect your rights and interests during a separation and divorce. Call (508) 300-9788 to schedule a consultation with our knowledgeable attorney.

Legal Separation in MA

There is no legal separation status in Massachusetts. However, some spouses may not want to permanently divorce for tax purposes, religious reasons, and more. If you or your spouse wants to live separately, you can file a separation agreement instead.

An experienced lawyer can help you file a judgment for separate support. This judgment must include a separation agreement which outlines how the couple’s marital assets are to be divided.

A separation agreement may also address issues such as:

  • Visitation
  • Debt division
  • Child custody
  • Property distribution
  • Child and spousal support

Protecting Your Rights & Interests

Our Norfolk County legal separation attorney can help you take steps to protect yourself, your children, and your assets when you separate from your spouse. Every divorce and separation is unique, so it is important to get legal advice that applies to your specific situation.

If you are planning to separate, call (508) 300-9788 to discuss the benefits of having a separation agreement in place.

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