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Divorce versus a legal separation

When two people realize that their marriage is not working out, they have options for moving forward. For many couples, a legal separation may seem like a good idea, but in some cases, divorce is better. Depending on your situation, when looking at these two options, you may also find that you should divorce instead of legally separating from your spouse.

Consider agreeing on a property settlement

During the divorce process, disputes are going to happen. This is a common occurrence, and it can sometimes delay finalizing the settlement for years. Because people have a hard time agreeing on certain issues, specifically property division, it can be quite some time before a property settlement agreement is entered and each spouse can go their separate ways. Although this is often the case, couples should consider the benefits of amicably entering an agreement.

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