Greetings. In the future, please try to reply to my post (instead of creating a new post), so that I can look back and see any of the information I am missing.
Now, on to your answers:
No, the agreement should not be void if you have not worked on reconciliation. Nights and weekends can add up to reconciliation as it is a totality of the circumstances issue.
Possibly. The court would look at the entire period of separation. Did your vacation or living together stop the separation period or end the intent to remain separate and apart?
This is not the right question. The right question is did a third party, looking at your situation, still assume that you were married?
Using attorneys to draft an agreement is different than consulting with them. Just to be sure we are on the same page there. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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