There are no laws for legal separation in Texas as of 2014. For a married couple who has not yet decided to file for divorce, informal separations are often arranged. More » Government & Politics Law

The state of Florida does not recognize legal separation, according to LegalZoom. In many states, legal separation is an option available to couples who do not wish to stay together but still want to have the benefits of... More » Government & Politics Law

Free downloadable legal separation forms are available online through various websites, including LawDepot and U.S. Legal Forms. Legal separation agreement forms are specific to the state of residence, according to Legal... More » Government & Politics Law
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