Helping Couples in Fort Mill & York, South Carolina Reunite
Are you and your ex-spouse attempting to renew your relationship? Having the legal help of a South Carolina reconciliation agreement attorney from Krusch & Sellers, P.A. can give your relationship is given an opportunity to succeed.
Reconciliation agreements are executed when parties have separated and are planning to reconcile and continue with their marriage, but the parties (or one of the parties) wishes to do so only under express stipulations and wants to plan for an outcome in the event the reconciliation fails.
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Common Aspects of Reconciliation Agreements
A reconciliation agreement is like a premarital or prenuptial agreement because it generally sets forth terms and conditions of the resumed relationship, much like a premarital agreement sets forth the terms of a new marriage relationship.
Most often, reconciliation agreements are used when one spouse wishes to reconcile after an act of marital fault was committed by the other spouse, such as:
- Some other behavior that offends a spouse
The agreement will set forth what terms and conditions will apply to the parties’ separation if the misconduct is repeated.
Having an experienced South Carolina family law attorney can help you navigate this. South Carolina has a strong public policy in favor of marriage, which translates into a policy to promote reconciliation.
To learn more about reconciliation agreements, contact us at (704) 343-8811.