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You can enter into a Separation Agreement with your wife.
The separation agreement should reflect that you will live separate and apart for the rest of your lives and should address all issues concerning property and child support. A memorandum of the separation agreement should be filed with the Clerk of the County where either you or your wife live. When you divorce the terms of the separation agreement will continue to govern the property distribution and rights between you and your wife.
You should retain a lawyer to assist you with this agreement. However, if you cannot retain an attorney, you can purchase a separation agreement form on line at:
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