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Ask The Experts Sponsored by Hegarty Solicitors My marriage has broken down. Do I have to get divorced? It is not compulsory for separated couples to get a divorce or dissolution of their civil partnership. Some couples may wait until they If you would like further advice, are ready whilst others prefer not to please contact Julia Weber at Hegarty have to accuse their spouse or partner Solicitors on 01572 725772 or email of adultery or unreasonable behaviour. julia.weber@hegarty.co.uk. However, for these couples, waiting can carry a risk of financial uncertainty. Without divorce or dissolution proceedings, it is not possible to achieve absolute financial certainty concerning each party's current or future financial claims, but it is possible to put in place a Separation Agreement. This is an agreement betweern a couple that can record such things as how their assets should be divided, arrangements for the children, and whether maintenance should be paid for one of them and/or the children. It can even include provision as to the terms of the Separation Agreement are when and on what basis the couplewl likely to be upheld in any future divorce eventually divorce. Correctly drafted, it or dissolution proceedings unless the can be an important record of what the circumstances of either or both of them parties agreed when they separated. Although a Separation Agreement is not binding, if each party has taken independent legal advice and are open and honest about their financial position, have significantly changed by that time

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