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Divorce and legal separation are very similar. Through both processes you can address the same issues and get orders regarding child custody, visitation, child support, spousal support and division of assets and debts. A legal separation does not change your marital status, meaning, if you’re legally separated you cannot remarry. If you are divorced, you can remarry. Some people choose legal separation for issues such as keeping health insurance for the spouse, for religious beliefs or to retain tax or military benefits.
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Yes, unless there is a written agreement that spousal support cannot be modified. If you did not enter into this type of agreement, then support can be modified if there is a change in circumstances. A change in circumstances can be that one person’s income went up or down.
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Child support lasts until the child is legally emancipated (such as getting married) or until the child turns 18. However, if the child turns 18 and is still in high school, then the support ends once the child graduates high school.
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