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Precedents for separation agreements can be found in the following resources.
Clark, Practical Matrimonial Precedents (loose leaf)
- Section H1 Separation Agreements
- H1a: Separation deed
- H1b: Specimen clauses for separation deeds
- H1c: Reconciliation deed
- H1d: Specimen clauses for reconciliation deeds
Duckworth, Matrimonial Property & Finance (loose leaf)
- Para. G: Separation agreement
Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, vol. 16(2) Family (2016)
- Form 27: Deed of separation between a married couple or civil partners
Wood, Cohabitation: Law, Practice and Precedents, 8th ed. (2020)
- Separation agreement at p. 799-801
Cohabitation: Law and Precedents (loose leaf)
- Chapter 2, para. 2-013 onward, contains
- separating cohabitant checklist for practitioners
- client information sheet and guidance for separating cohabitants, including financial issues and children
- deed of separation for separating cohabitants
- precedent court order for separating cohabitant
- precedent transfer document
- precedent charge back document
Last updated 01/11/2021
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