Making a separation agreement involves negotiating parenting arrangements with your ex-spouse.

Separation is a difficult time. When children are involved, they can find the process stressful as well.

Although separation is rarely an easy process, having a separation agreement can be helpful. A separation agreement is an agreement between you and your ex-spouse that governs how you will parent your children. It doesn’t have to be written, but you can have a written agreement if you prefer. This can help promote a sense of stability and consistency for the children of the relationship.

For example, you and your ex-spouse might reach an agreement on how your children will be parented. In this case, the agreement might look like a parenting plan.

If you and your ex-spouse are unable to reach an agreement, there are court processes to help you reach a resolution.

At Brooke Winter Solicitors, our family law team are experienced in working with separation agreements. If you’re separating from your spouse and need assistance with a legal matter, you’re welcome to contact us. We offer free initial phone consultations.