For Couples Who Are Not Ready To Divorce
Many couples choose to separate for a time before making the decision to divorce. You don’t need a formal separation agreement to do this, but it may help put certain legal parameters in place during that time. It may also be necessary to designate property for each party, depending on your circumstances. Our Honolulu attorney can help with your legal separation.
Scot Stuart Brower has more than 35 years of experience practicing law. He focuses on family law but also practices in other areas, which means he sees exactly how the legal system works and how it can be correctly used to solve your problems. He and his team at the Law Offices of Scot Stuart Brower can help you set up a legal separation agreement that will serve your needs.
What Will You Need?
A legal separation is similar to a divorce in terms of the financial and legal considerations. You should think about the following issues and how they will affect you during your separation:
Scot Stuart Brower will discuss the pros and cons of legal separation versus divorce with you and help you determine which one will ultimately meet your goals. If you choose legal separation, he will draw up the agreement for you and your spouse to sign. You should be aware that in Hawaii, a legal separation may take as long as a divorce but will not legally end your marriage.