Separation agreement question


#1

Anyone have any information on this topic? Thanks


#2

It depends. If you and your wife stayed together, it could certainly raise questions about the validity of your agreement. If she did not spend the night at the house at the same time you were there, then you shouldn’t have any problems.

Good luck,

Shonnese D. Stanback
Attorney
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#3

My wife and I separated in February and I moved out of the house. We later signed a separation agreement. During the holidays we have been selling the home, my wife also started taking night classes two nights a week. During the process of working on the house at night and staying with the children while she is at school I stayed at the house a couple of weeks. Does this void my separation agreement?