States with Legal Separation 2022

States That Consider Separation Legal

There are some states that do not legally recognize separation as binding. In this case, it is recommended to seek out further help as divorce may not be the only option.

  • Alabama - State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Alaska- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Arizona- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Arkansas- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • California- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Colorado- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Connecticut- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Delaware - Does not legally recognize separation in marriage. Contact processes that are available in your jurisdiction.
  • Florida - Does not legally recognize separation in marriage. Contact processes that are available in your jurisdiction.
  • Georgia - Does not legally recognize separation in marriage. Contact processes that are available in your jurisdiction.
  • Hawaii- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Idaho- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Illinois- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Indiana- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Iowa- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Kansas- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Kentucky- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Louisiana- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Maine- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Maryland- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Massachusetts- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Michigan- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Minnesota- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Mississippi - Does not legally recognize separation in marriage. Contact processes that are available in your jurisdiction.
  • Missouri- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Montana- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Nebraska- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Nevada- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • New Hampshire- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • New Jersey- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • New Mexico- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • New York- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • North Carolina- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • North Dakota- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Ohio- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Oklahoma- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Oregon- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Pennsylvania - Does not legally recognize separation in marriage. Contact processes that are available in your jurisdiction.
  • Rhode Island- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • South Carolina- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • South Dakota- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Tennessee- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Texas - Does not legally recognize separation in marriage. Contact processes that are available in your jurisdiction.
  • Utah- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Vermont- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Virginia- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Washington- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • West Virginia- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Wisconsin- State will generally recognize separation as binding.
  • Wyoming- State will generally recognize separation as binding.

States with Legal Separation 2022