Legal Separation Agreements
Legal separation agreement is a formal agreement to protect both parties during the separation. You may not be ready to finalize your divorce, however, need to address and make temporary arrangements for the care, custody and financial support of your children.
A separation agreement formalizes agreements made by you and your spouse which is enforceable in the courts. A legal separation allows both parties to retain certain benefits and obligations held during the marriage.
By using our services, you can make all the decisions together and when you are ready to file your divorce you have all the decisions out of the way!
We make it simple and affordable for you. We will type your legal documents in accordance to NYS standards and file it at the County Clerk’s office for you!
Our cost for a Separation Agreement is $339.00
Optional messenger fee is $35.00 **Our messenger will bring your final documents to be filed at the County Clerk’s office and this fee also reflects the fee to file the document with the County Clerk’s office.
*** If you still have questions before we prepare your documents, you may purchase time to speak with our in-house attorney for a small additional fee.
Please let us know and we will be glad to arrange a personal appointment for you.
½ hour appointment: $100.00
1-hour appointment $200.00
***Prices quoted above do not include state or county filing fees. Also, there may be other small additional charges that may apply for messenger fees and or mailing fees, credit report fees or if you choose to have a personal meeting with our staff attorney.
***On-Staff Attorney rates are for our clients only – discounted attorney rates are quoted for For You By You, LLC clients. If you are referred to or make an appointment with our in-house or his staff, they will quote their own rates for your case. For You By You, LLC. Is operated as separate entity and is does not control any rates quoted by the attorney for your case.
***For You By You will process the paperwork with the information you have provided to us. We cannot represent you in court; cannot advise you of your legal rights or the law. With the information supplied by you we will type the paperwork for the purpose of representing yourself (Pro Se).