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question regarding SEPERATION


i need some guidance in relation to seperation, in brief, i am married for over a 5 years with 5 years old daughter. last year my wife (a swiss) wanted to seperate which was a very hard for me, to make things short, i got my C permit and 4 month later she informed the community where i used to stay that i dont live there anymore so i went thorugh the procedure and i changed my address on my C permit, now here are the questions:

1. in case of an official seperation, meaning seperate officialy with the community:
a. how much i suppose to pay her every month (how is this calculated?)
i know it depends on my income, is there any formula for that?
b. how are the days calculated for me to see my child? for example are the weekend divided? and holliday divided 50/50?
c. are assets calculated now during seperation or when we are going through the divorce?
in case now, we are only dealing with assets which existed during our marriage, isnt it? if yes, this means that assets existed before our marriage and after our official seperation is not to be dealt with, is this correct?

a guidance is highly appreciated

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Re: question regarding SEPERATION

I have no idea about a and b (and for those you'd be well advised to seek out a lawyer), but as far as c is concerned, it depends what assets regime you have chosen to apply to your marriage.

It can either be total separation of assets, partial separation in that the only assets being split up are those acquired during the matrimony, or the normal (i.e. by default) regime whereby all possessions are to be split regardless of when they were acquired.

I'm sure Richard will be along shortly to make this clearer, but those are the general guidelines.
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