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Connecticut Separation Agreement Template

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Connecticut Separation Agreement Template

Updated August 07, 2023

Connecticut separation agreement establishes terms by which married couples, who no longer want to live together as spouses, can divide property, arrange alimony, and other matters without getting a formal divorce.

Couples can have many reasons for pursuing separation rather than divorce, including the possibility that they may later reconcile. Like most states, Connecticut has a procedure for court-recognized separations, but the agreements do not necessarily have to be filed with a court.

Is a Separation Agreement Legal in Connecticut?

Yes, couples can choose to create a separation agreement for the same reasons they can pursue a divorce.

Source: § 46b-40

Legal Separation Requirements

  • Filing Fee: $360
  • Residency: Couples may file for separation as soon as one or both of them establishes residence in the state. A separation order may be granted (a) once at least one spouse has been a resident of the state for at least a year, (b) if at least one spouse was living in the state at the time of the marriage, or (c) if the cause of the separation emerged after the parties relocated. (§ 46b-44)
  • Where to File: At the nearest Superior Court Clerk’s Office.

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