Separate Maintenance Agreement
Annulment is another alternative to divorce, but it is not very often possible. A court can „annul“ or annul a marriage if something in the marriage agreement was false or unfair. You can only get a cancellation in certain situations. The annulment is motivated by the fact that the application for separate maintenance is almost the same as the filing of the divorce. However, this site cannot help you submit separate maintenance. For separate alimony, there are no uniform court forms. If you want to apply for separate support, you can talk to a lawyer. If you need a lawyer and have low incomes or receive public services, you can qualify for free mutual legal assistance. A separate maintenance claim allows the family court to resolve all issues that could be resolved in the case of a divorce action, with the exception of granting a divorce. Thus, the family court may decide on the custody, access and assistance to the children of the parties, to distribute marital property equitably and to fix or refuse maintenance payments. Matters that are resolved in a separate final maintenance order, whether in a judicial agreement or in judicial proceedings, are considered final and may only be modified or may be modified in the event of a substantial change in circumstances.
See What can be edited and not in a final family court order? The procedure for filing a separate maintenance and assistance order with the family court is as follows: one of the spouses who will be the applicant files a subpoena and an appeal for a separate maintenance order and support notice, as well as a notification and an application for interim relief, or asks his lawyer to do so. After the filing, the summons, the complaint and the notification and the application for interim measures are served personally on the other spouse or his lawyer. The notified spouse is the defendant, which means that he or she is not the party filing. The defendant or his or her lawyer then has thirty (30) days to submit a response, respond to the complaint and counterclaim, and inform the court of what he or she wishes the judge to do with respect to the issues in the case. . . .