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_____________________________________________________(Name and Address), referred to as Husband, and _____________________________________________________(Name and Address), referred to as Wife, agree:
The parties were married on _____________ (Date), at ___________________________________ (Name and Location). Since such time they have continued to be married.
The parties separated on _____________ (Date), and initiated a separation agreement dated _____________ (Date).
The parties have settled their differences and desire to terminate the separation agreement. The parties jointly release one another from all claims or demands provided for in the separation agreement. However, as to any property that was transferred between the spouses, such transfers are ratified and shall remain absolute. The parties have reconciled their differences as of ____________ (Date).
Hereafter, the parties shall live together as husband and wife. Any statutory rights of inheritance or property shall be fully restored.
The parties have each had a full and adequate opportunity to consult with legal and other counselors of their own choice and have reviewed the terms of this agreement with their legal counsel.
This agreement is the entire agreement between the parties. This agreement may only be modified by a written agreement executed by both parties.
Signature of Husband Date
Signature of Wife Date
Witness for Husband Date
Witness for Wife Date
________________________ My commission expires on: __________
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