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Reconciliation Agreement and Release of Separation Agreement

 

,

referred to as HUSBAND, and

,

referred to as WIFE, agree:

 

The parties

were

lawfully

married

on

at

Since such time they have continued to be married.

The parties separated on or about agreement dated

, and entered into a separation

The parties have settled their differences, and desire to terminate the separation agreement. The parties herewith mutually release one another from all claims or demands provided for in the separation agreement. However, if pursuant to the agreement, any property was absolutely transferred between the spouses, such transfers are herewith ratified and shall remain absolute. The parties have reconciled as of

Henceforward, the parties shall live together as husband and wife. Any statutory rights of inheritance or property shall be fully restored. The parties agree that within 10 days of the date of this agreement, the parties shall each examine their wills and testaments, if any, and shall amend the same if necessary to comply with the intent of this agreement.

The parties have each had a full and ample opportunity to consult with legal and other counselors of their own choice and have reviewed the terms of this agreement with their advisors.

The parties have instituted a petition for divorce before the

bearing case number of this action.

Court,

The parties shall petition the court for dismissal

This agreement is the entire agreement between the parties and the same may only be modified by a written agreement executed by both parties.

Dated:

Husband

Wife

Notary:

My Commission Expires on:

Reconciliation Agreement and Release of Separation Agreement

Review list

This review list is provided to inform you about this document in question and assist you in its preparation. This is happy moment should it occur. However, you should be careful about how quickly you co-mingle your assets again. You would be well advised to consider keeping them separate, if you have done so, and/or finalizing that process.

1. Make multiple copies. Be sure to have this document notarized for presentation to a Court at a later date if required then or now, if needed for dismissal of a divorce case pending.