We Advise Our Clients on Their Best Options

You might have several reasons to consider a separation agreement. In some circumstances, legal separation can be a better option than divorce. Some possible reasons a client may seek legal separation may include:

  • The parties not being able to meet the one-year residency requirement for a divorce
  • One party may have a pre-existing medical condition
  • The parties want to continue their current health insurance coverage
  • The parties cannot afford to separate a jointly owned business
  • One party or both cannot afford to live without some or all of the financial benefits marriage provides

We can help you evaluate your particular situation and guide you through the process that can lead to a successful legal separation. In many ways, legal separation is similar to a divorce. Custody/parenting time, child support, spousal support, and division of assets and debts are all issues that are similarly dealt with in legal separations and in divorce cases. Consult with Omaha legal separation attorney James Adams, and discover your options, benefits and the process of pursuing your goals in Nebraska.

Call us at toll Free 800-561-9043. You may also contact us online to schedule an appointment with attorney Adams.

Ensuring Your Protection and Fair Agreements in Separation

There are still plenty of difficult decisions to be made in a legal separation. Matters relating to your child(ren), your finances and your assets will have to be addressed, evaluated and agreed upon either through mediation or litigation. The separation process is resolved similar to the divorce process. Your lawyer must still make every preparation and evaluation of strategies to protect your rights and achieve fair agreements regarding all of the following:

Contact Our Omaha Legal Separation Attorney serving Bellevue, Papillion, Douglas, and Sarpy Counties and other communities

Call us at toll Free 800-561-9043. You may also contact us online to schedule an appointment. Our office is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.