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What Is The Difference Between Separation And Divorce?

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A separation is said to occur when one of the two spouses, or both of them, decides to live apart. It must be noted here that if a couple intends to stay apart from each other, they also mutually agree to do so. They decide to go their separate ways without intending to live together again.

The major decisions to be taken by a separating couple with a child or children are which of the two parents will get to keep the custody of the child or children, what is the arrangement for the one who does not have the child/children's custody to access the child/children and what would the arrangement for child support be in the future. Spousal support and property are the other important issues to be worked out.

Filing for divorce is the legal recourse taken by most couples after their separation. All separating couples sign a separation agreement.
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I want to end 5 years if marriage with my husband. The reason why I want to divorce him is because he doesn't ever take up for me or try to protect me. He let his siblings talk disrespect me infront of him but he couldn't say a word to take up for me. When we went out, there were other siblings of his that were able to take care of his little bro, but he left me for someone else to take care of, he went of to take care of his bro. Doesn't matter little or big he doesn't take up for me or protect me at all. He told me, he doesn't care if I'm mad at him or not. We got kids together and a home. I want my kids to have both parents and a happy family. But, I don't think I can be happy with him. Knowing he's not man enought to protect his wife and kids.
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A seperation means that you are still legally married but not living together or affiliated with each other at this present time. A divorce means that you are not married at all. No longer together and you have nothing to do with each other.

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