Learn what you need to know about Separation in Ireland
When a married couple has reached a point of having irreconcilable differences, it can be an anxious and emotional time. Deciding to separate is a difficult one for both parties, particularly when there are children involved. Historically, there was a societal stigma attached to separation in Ireland. However, in recent times, Ireland has become more accepting of separation and divorce, propelled by the Marriage Referendum which resulted in a reduction in the length of time required for couples to live separately before applying for a divorce.
Separation in Ireland is still a lengthy process, which can take its toll on couples who wish to move forward with their lives. Once a couple has reached the difficult decision to end their marriage, the first step is to formally separate.
In this free, downloadable eBook, we provide you with an overview of the steps involved in couple separation in Ireland, and how a family law solicitor can help you navigate this process.
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