Sep Agreement validity


Nope, it is still in effect if it was adjudicated (heard by a judge) BUT if you have relations, that will start the clock over, and you will have to wait another year and a day.


Dear Bowlingqueen1975:

Greetings. What a great question. Actually, the agreement should still be in full force and effect, but then it may not be the case if your agreement says otherwise. I would have to see the language in the agreement. Thank you.

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If the 2 parties signed a sep. agreement then got back together (living as husband and wife) do they have to sign a new sep. agreement if they split again? Is the first agreement voided?