Date of Separation

Date of Separation

Date of Separation

The date of separation becomes more important in a divorce when the parties’ debts or assets have increased substantially after the date of separation and before the judgment. Usually the longer the time between the separation and the final divorce, the more likely that the date of separation will become an issue during the divorce. The date of separation is fact specific meaning that it depends on all of the circumstances surrounding the case. There is no one factor which determines the date of separation when the parties disagree about the separation date.

If you need a divorce lawyer in the Orange County area to discuss a family law matter such as the date of separation or any other divorce issue such as a premarital agreement child support, spousal support, custody, transmutation or property division, contact Treviño Law, Inc. Conveniently located off of the 5 and 405 freeway at Lake Forest.

Please note that the posting of this family law blog is informational only. Specific circumstances and laws may determine the outcome of your particular situation and it is important to contact an attorney to analyze your situation. 

Please note that this legal advice does not establish a family law attorney-client relationship. This is a legal advertisement for Treviño Law, Inc, an Orange County family law firm.

The date of separation is important in a divorce

The date of separation is important in a divorce

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