A separation process is different from a divorce process, becoming less and less common in practice. Read more
Our marriage lawyers will be able to easily explain their differences and provide you with the appropriate advice to deal with this process.
Separation consists of the cessation of marital coexistence and involving, for example, the cessation of marital coexistence and involving, for example, the cessation of marital coexistence. However, it does not result in the dissolution of the marriage that will remain in force.
While this moment of separation may be permanent or temporary, judicial action is necessary, either with litigation or by mutual agreement, to regulate issues as important to the family as the custody of children.
In many cases, separation can be considered as the premelate to divorce and is a conjugal moment that requires human, close and specialized advice. Our family attorneys will be able to guide you perfectly through this process and give you all the necessary tools to avoid legal obstacles and cumbersome processes.