A. Yes. Legal separation need not lead to divorce unless the parties decide to do so. Of course, you should get advice from your divorce lawyer, as separation can have significant implications on issues such as care of children, financial support and protecting your rights to your matrimonial property.
A. It is important to agree on issues relating to day to day issues, such as the care of your children, who your children live with and so on. You should also get proper advice on financial issues to safeguard your rights. Speak to your lawyer for help to resolve these issues.
A. There are no legal pre-requisites to length of marriage or habitual residence of parties.