Separating from a partner can have a big impact on your finances, especially if you relied on their income during your relationship.
If your marriage or civil partnership ends, you can ask for financial support – known as ‘spousal maintenance’ – from your ex-partner as soon as you separate. This is in addition to any child maintenance they might have to pay.
If you weren’t married or in a civil partnership, you’ll have to share the costs of looking after any children you have together – but you don’t have to support each other financially when you separate.
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