Reconciliation Agreement

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Reconciliation Agreement to be used by a couple who have signed a separation agreement and desire to reconcile. Divorced couples should not use this agreement.

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This Reconciliation Agreement is between a husband and wife who have previously entered into a Separation Agreement and now desire to reconcile (this form is not to be used for couples that are divorced). This agreement sets forth the names of both husband and wife, their current addresses and that each party voluntarily enters into this agreement after receiving advice from counsel. It also spells out where the parties were married and date of the marriage, effective date of the Separation Agreement, that the parties are not divorced and date the parties reconciled.

This agreement can be used to completely or partially revoke the existing Separation Agreement. In order to clarify this agreement, the separate and co-owned properties of the husband and wife are identified in detail.

This Reconciliation Agreement includes the following:
  • Parties: Sets out the full names of both husband and wife;
  • Understanding of Agreement: Both parties acknowledge that they enter into the agreement voluntarily, is represented by counsel and understands each provision;
  • Marriage/Separation Information: Sets out the date of the marriage and separation and the date the parties reconciled;
  • Purpose: Sets out the purpose of this agreement and contains optional provisions from which to choose;
  • Property: Specifies the properties which will be owned separately and those which will be co-owned;
  • Signatures: Husband and wife must sign the agreement in order for it to be effective.

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This attorney-prepared packet contains:
  1. General Information
  2. Instructions and Checklist
  3. Reconciliation Agreement
State Law Compliance: This form complies with the laws of all states
This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.
 
 
Reconciliation Agreement

 

This Agreement (Agreement”) is made ____________ [date], at __________________ [city], ______________ [state], between __________________ [full name of wife], referred to in this Agreement as the "Wife," currently residing at __________________ [complete address], and __________________ [full name of husband], referred to in this Agreement as the "Husband," currently residing at __________________ [complete address]. Husband and Wife are sometimes referred to in this Agreement individually as a "Party" and collectively as the "Parties."
 
Consideration
1. The consideration for this Agreement is the mutual benefit to be obtained by both Parties and the mutual covenants and agreements of the Parties to each other.
 
Agreement Voluntary and Clearly Understood
2. Each Party to this Agreement acknowledges and declares that he or she, respectively:
(1)Has been represented by counsel of his or her own choosing throughout the negotiation and execution of this agreement.
(2)Is fully and completely informed as to the facts relating to the subject matter of this Agreement and as to the rights and liabilities of the Parties.
(3)Enters into this Agreement voluntarily after receiving the advice of counsel.
(4)Has given careful and mature thought to the making of this Agreement.
(5)Has carefully read each provision of this Agreement.
(6)Fully and completely understands each provision of this Agreement, both as to subject matter and legal effect.
 
Agreement Prepared Jointly by Both Parties
3. This Agreement has been prepared by the joint efforts of the respective attorneys for each of the Parties.
 
Marriage and Separation
4. The Parties were married on ____________ [date], at __________________ [city and state], and began to live separately on ____________ [date]. The Parties have not been granted a divorce, and the Parties are presently husband and wife.
 
Separation Agreement
5. The Parties entered into a Separation Agreement (Separation Agreement”) on ____________ [date], that became effective on ____________ [date].
 
Reconciliation
6. The Parties were reconciled on ____________ [date].
 
Purpose of Agreement
7. It is the purpose of this Agreement to acknowledge the reconciliation of the Parties and to __________________ [affirm or completely revoke or partially revoke] their prior Separation Agreement.
 
Status of Prior Agreement
[Use this alternative if parties intend to affirm their prior agreement.]
8. The Parties agree that their prior Separation Agreement is not revoked by their reconciliation. It is the intention of the Parties that all terms and provisions of their prior Separation Agreement remain in full force and effect.
 
[OR]
[Use this alternative if parties intend to partially revoke their prior agreement.]
 
8. The Parties, as of the effective date of this Agreement, agree to revoke their prior Separation Agreement in part. The following provisions are revoked: __________________ [list revoked provisions by Article and Paragraph number and provision title]. All provisions not expressly revoked are affirmed. In particular, the following provisions are expressly affirmed, and it is the Parties' intention that they continue in effect until they are terminated by the terms of the Separation Agreement: __________________ [list non-revoked provisions by Article and Paragraph number and provision title].
 
[OR]
[Use this alternative if parties intend to completely revoke their prior agreement.]
 
8. The Parties, as of the effective date of this Agreement, agree to revoke their prior Separation Agreement in its entirety without reservation.
 
[Continue with the following:]
 
Property of Parties
9. For the purpose of clarity and to avoid any future misunderstanding or conflict, the Parties are defining their property rights in existing separate and co-owned property. The Parties agree that all property not listed below belongs to them as co-owners. The Parties declare as follows:
(1)The separate property of the Husband as of the date of this Agreement consists of the following: __________________ [identify property].
(2)The separate property of the Wife as of the date of this Agreement consists of the following: __________________ [identify property].
(3)Property co-owned by the Parties as of the date of this Agreement consists of the following: __________________ [identify property].
 
Effective Date
10. This agreement shall become effective __________________ [Specify, e.g., immediately as of the date of execution or as of ____________ (date)].
 
Law Governing Agreement
11. This Agreement shall be governed by, and shall be construed in accordance with, the laws of the State of ______________________.
 
The Parties execute this Agreement on the date and year written above.
__________________ [signature of wife]
___________________[name of wife]
 
__________________ [signature of husband]
___________________[name of husband]
 
Number of Pages7
DimensionsDesigned for Letter Size (8.5" x 11")
EditableYes (.doc, .wpd and .rtf)
UsageUnlimited number of prints
Product number#43649
This is the content of the form and is provided for your convenience. It is not necessarily what the actual form looks like and does not include the information, instructions and other materials that come with the form you would purchase. An actual sample can also be viewed by clicking on the "Sample Form" near the top left of this page.
 
 
Reconciliation Agreement

 

This Agreement (Agreement”) is made ____________ [date], at __________________ [city], ______________ [state], between __________________ [full name of wife], referred to in this Agreement as the "Wife," currently residing at __________________ [complete address], and __________________ [full name of husband], referred to in this Agreement as the "Husband," currently residing at __________________ [complete address]. Husband and Wife are sometimes referred to in this Agreement individually as a "Party" and collectively as the "Parties."
 
Consideration
1. The consideration for this Agreement is the mutual benefit to be obtained by both Parties and the mutual covenants and agreements of the Parties to each other.
 
Agreement Voluntary and Clearly Understood
2. Each Party to this Agreement acknowledges and declares that he or she, respectively:
(1)Has been represented by counsel of his or her own choosing throughout the negotiation and execution of this agreement.
(2)Is fully and completely informed as to the facts relating to the subject matter of this Agreement and as to the rights and liabilities of the Parties.
(3)Enters into this Agreement voluntarily after receiving the advice of counsel.
(4)Has given careful and mature thought to the making of this Agreement.
(5)Has carefully read each provision of this Agreement.
(6)Fully and completely understands each provision of this Agreement, both as to subject matter and legal effect.
 
Agreement Prepared Jointly by Both Parties
3. This Agreement has been prepared by the joint efforts of the respective attorneys for each of the Parties.
 
Marriage and Separation
4. The Parties were married on ____________ [date], at __________________ [city and state], and began to live separately on ____________ [date]. The Parties have not been granted a divorce, and the Parties are presently husband and wife.
 
Separation Agreement
5. The Parties entered into a Separation Agreement (Separation Agreement”) on ____________ [date], that became effective on ____________ [date].
 
Reconciliation
6. The Parties were reconciled on ____________ [date].
 
Purpose of Agreement
7. It is the purpose of this Agreement to acknowledge the reconciliation of the Parties and to __________________ [affirm or completely revoke or partially revoke] their prior Separation Agreement.
 
Status of Prior Agreement
[Use this alternative if parties intend to affirm their prior agreement.]
8. The Parties agree that their prior Separation Agreement is not revoked by their reconciliation. It is the intention of the Parties that all terms and provisions of their prior Separation Agreement remain in full force and effect.
 
[OR]
[Use this alternative if parties intend to partially revoke their prior agreement.]
 
8. The Parties, as of the effective date of this Agreement, agree to revoke their prior Separation Agreement in part. The following provisions are revoked: __________________ [list revoked provisions by Article and Paragraph number and provision title]. All provisions not expressly revoked are affirmed. In particular, the following provisions are expressly affirmed, and it is the Parties' intention that they continue in effect until they are terminated by the terms of the Separation Agreement: __________________ [list non-revoked provisions by Article and Paragraph number and provision title].
 
[OR]
[Use this alternative if parties intend to completely revoke their prior agreement.]
 
8. The Parties, as of the effective date of this Agreement, agree to revoke their prior Separation Agreement in its entirety without reservation.
 
[Continue with the following:]
 
Property of Parties
9. For the purpose of clarity and to avoid any future misunderstanding or conflict, the Parties are defining their property rights in existing separate and co-owned property. The Parties agree that all property not listed below belongs to them as co-owners. The Parties declare as follows:
(1)The separate property of the Husband as of the date of this Agreement consists of the following: __________________ [identify property].
(2)The separate property of the Wife as of the date of this Agreement consists of the following: __________________ [identify property].
(3)Property co-owned by the Parties as of the date of this Agreement consists of the following: __________________ [identify property].
 
Effective Date
10. This agreement shall become effective __________________ [Specify, e.g., immediately as of the date of execution or as of ____________ (date)].
 
Law Governing Agreement
11. This Agreement shall be governed by, and shall be construed in accordance with, the laws of the State of ______________________.
 
The Parties execute this Agreement on the date and year written above.
__________________ [signature of wife]
___________________[name of wife]
 
__________________ [signature of husband]
___________________[name of husband]
 

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