Every couple, every marriage and every break-up are different. If you and your spouse are unhappy with your marriage, you might be considering a legal separation. However, what does that really mean? Legal separation is a process similar to divorce. If you and your spouse need time apart, and one of you moves out, you are living separately, but are not legally separated. The Law Offices of H. Dyke N. Spear, Jr. offers you experienced counsel on the advantages and disadvantages for your particular case.
For their own reasons, some couples remain married rather than divorce, even though they no longer want to live together. Some choose this option for religious reasons or because of insurance plans. Many couples choose separation as a path toward divorce. Or, sometimes a legal separation can provide the space necessary for reconciliation.
Because obtaining a legal separation in Connecticut is so similar to obtaining a divorce, we offer you experienced advice about all your options when you have questions about legal separation and divorce. Consider these points:
Each couple has reasons and objectives for dissolution or separation. The Law Offices of H. Dyke N. Spear, Jr. provides straightforward advice and high quality legal service if you are considering either.
Serving Connecticut clients in Hartford and Tolland counties from offices in West Hartford, The Law Offices of H. Dyke N. Spear, Jr. offers you experienced advice about legal separation, divorce and other family law matters. To schedule a free half-hour consultation, contact us or call 860.470.3296.