How long can a Separation Agreement last without getting a divorce decree?
We have a general reconciliation clause:
6.20. Effect of Reconciliation. In the event of a reconciliation between the parties to this Agreement, the property provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect, unless expressly terminated, canceled or rescinded in writing by the parties. It is the agreement and intent of the parties hereto that this provision shall take precedence over any conflicting North Carolina statutory or case law, such that, absent a superseding written document formally executed by the parties, the property settlement of the parties herein contained, whether executed or executory, shall not be voided by a reconciliation of the parties.
Would moving back into together to try thngs out again make the entire Separation Agreement null and voic?
Would the whole 365 day wait period start all over again to get a divorce if we moved in together?
Would sleep overs alone trigger the 365 wait period over again if one contested the divorce because of this?