The main differences between Divorce, separation and parental measures are:
The measures of the children are regulated, when their parents are not married. Children have exactly the same rights before the law and their parents, whether their parents are married or not.
The separation between the parties takes place (they stop living together) and the measures of the minors are regulated. The main feature of the separation is that the marriage does not appear as divorced in the Civil Registry
After some time, the couple can either get back together, and it is as if nothing had happened, or they can confirm their separation and formalize the divorce.
The marriage is extinguished (the divorce is recorded in the Civil Register) and the measures of the minors are regulated.
The types of divorce proceedings that exist are:
The points that are dealt with in the above procedures can be: Parental authority, Guardianship and Custody, alimony and extraordinary expenses, use of the family home, compensatory pension, dissolution and / or liquidation of community property or separation of property.