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Every judge and lawyer will tell you to never rely on a verbal agreement, which is why everyone who is separating or divorcing in Tennessee should have a written and signed Separation Agreement.
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Why Have a Tennessee Separation Agreement?
1. A Separation Agreement will settle in writing all of your marital issues, thus protecting you and your spouse up until you decide to divorce. Most separations last much longer than expected, so it is essential that important issues like financial matters, property and debts, custody, visitation, and support are expressed in writing in a legal binding agreement.
2. A Separation Agreement is often the official legal document used to settle the marital issues upon divorce. Your final judgment or decree for divorce may reference the Agreement and the court will order your divorce according to the contents of the Agreement.
3. Getting a "Legal Separation" is also a valid reason to have a separation agreement. Legal Separations are not very popular in Tennessee (most Tennessee lawyers do not even do them). The legal separation filing process is very similar to a divorce, so rarely is it the first option. If you are considering a legal separation, here are some of the laws regarding Tennessee legal separations:
The grounds for legal separation (divorce from bed and board) are the same as for a divorce. If the legal separation has been in effect for 2 years and the spouses have not reconciled, either spouse may request that the separation be converted to an absolute divorce. [Tennessee Code Annotated; Volume 6A, Title 36, Sections 36-4-102 and 36-4-119].
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