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Name: Thomson & Bancks Solicitors

Description: The words "Custody" and "Access" are still regularly used by people when talking about which parent the children will live with and how often the other parent will see them. The new terms (brought into use by the Children Act 1989) are Residence and Contact.

Residence is given to the parent who will look after the children most of the time ie. the children will reside with them. That parent is then called the Resident Parent.

Contact is given to the parent who visits the children or who has the children come to visit them. That parent is called the Non-Resident Parent.

A separation agreement is a document which usually refers to the various matters agreed between the parties such as:
The date of separation.
Whether there will be a divorce by agreement in the future.
Wow the assets will be divided up.
Arrangements regarding any children.

By definition there must be agreement on all these matters. This is not always possible and so judicial separation proceedings are sometimes used where a divorce is not required but where court orders are needed to deal with matters such as the division of money and property. Within judicial separation proceedings and divorce proceedings the court can also grant injunctions in appropriate cases. A separation agreement is probably the cheapest option in terms of legal costs since there are no court fees or court procedures to be followed. However, a separation agreement cannot bring the marriage to an end - only divorce proceedings can do this.

Category: Worcestershire

Url: http://www.gordonbancks.co.uk/

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