Separate from my spouse
Create trusted, personalized documents to ensure you and your loved ones are protected after a separation.

Step 1

Separation Agreement

A Separation Agreement saves you time, stress, and money when separating from your spouse. Spare yourself from expensive lawyer fees by collaborating on a mutual agreement throughout your separation.

Step 2

Last Will & Testament

Your Last Will and Testament should be reviewed periodically to ensure it reflects your latest wishes. There’s no better time to do this than after a separation. Update your will (or create a new one) using our customizable template.

Other documents you may need

These documents help protect your assets, your rights, and your children, after a separation from your spouse.

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney authorizes someone to make health, financial, or personal decisions on your behalf. It is usually updated after major life events such as a separation or divorce.

A Power of Attorney authorizes someone to make health, financial, or personal decisions on your behalf.

Child Travel Consent

This form allows your child to travel solo or with one parent. A Child Travel Consent form is often used by separated couples to confirm an underage child’s permission to cross borders.

A Child Travel Consent form is often used by separated couples to confirm an underage child’s permission to cross borders.

Child Medical Consent

This form grants a caregiver with permission to authorize medical care for your child. A Child Medical Consent is often used by babysitters, grandparents, or other temporary guardians in case you’re not available.

A Child Medical Consent grants a caregiver with permission to authorize medical care for your child.

Living Will

A Living Will helps communicate the treatments you would accept or decline, in case you’re unable to. Live with the comfort that your most important medical decisions are taken care of.

A Living Will helps communicate the treatments you would accept or decline, in case you’re unable to.

Real Estate Purchase Agreement

This Agreement outlines the terms of a residential property sale and includes information on pricing, financing, and insurance.

A Real Estate Purchase Agreement outlines the terms of a residential property sale.

Quitclaim Deed

A Quitclaim Deed removes someone’s name from a property title without payment changing hands. It is often used to pass property from one person to another after a divorce or separation.

A Quitclaim Deed removes someone’s name from a property title without payment changing hands.

Pet Agreement

A Pet Agreement outlines the requirements for a pet that was initially under joint care and now lives primarily with one owner. It often states visitation, health, and financial responsibilities.

A Pet Agreement outlines the requirements for a pet that was initially under joint care and now lives primarily with one owner.

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