Separate and apart

It really depends on how long your “slip up” lasts. There is no real time frame, but if it looks regular to you, then it will look regular to a judge. Keep in mind that the law talks about “isolated” incidents of sexual intercourse, not regular dates.

Good luck!

Shonnese D. Stanback
The Rosen Law Firm
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Hi! I need some guidance. I also need my head examined - as you’ll see!

According to your web site ‘isolated acts of sexual intercourse’ are not enough to void a separation.

During our previous separation we never signed an agreement. We continued to date and have physical relations approximately three times a week.
We reconciled after a few months, but now we are separating again. I’m going to do my best to stay away from him this time (this will be our 4th separation).

Anyway, if I slip up again and start seeing him, what happens to our one year time frame? I want to get off this rollercoaster.