If you and your partner mostly agree on what you want to happen when you separate, you can put what you’ve agreed on in a Separation Agreement. A Separation Agreement should include specific information regarding issues around parenting arrangements, child support, spousal support, division of your marital assets, medical and dental benefits, life insurance and more.
Separation Agreements are complex and you should discuss your case with a family lawyer. The terms you agree to in a Separation Agreement can have serious consequences. Make sure to consult with a professional. Call Nyland Law at (905) 690-2929. We’re happy to help.