Sadly, most couples who separate stay separated. Sometimes, though, having some time away from each other, with counseling during the separation, helps couples find ways to heal and strengthen their relationship. If they are still unsure about whether re-uniting will work, these couples can develop a written agreement about how they are going to treat each other and what each will do to contribute to making their lives together loving and respectful. The reconciliation agreement can also say what the terms of their separation will be if re-uniting does not work out.
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The author, Virginia L. Colin, Ph.D., is a Professional Family Mediator certified by the Virginia Supreme Court. She is not an attorney. This article is for informational purposes only. Nothing here should be construed as legal advice. For a free consultation about whether family mediation would be helpful for you, contact Dr. Colin at mediatorQ@gmail.com or 703.864.2101.
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