What is Legal Separation?
June 11, 2013
Axley Attorney Kathryn Grigg explains why legal separation is different from divorce. Becoming legally separated is not necessarily any easier, faster or cheaper than obtaining a divorce. When you become legally separated, you are still technically married, cannot change your last name, and you may still be eligible for health insurance under your spouse’s plan.
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