Saturday, February 5, 2011

Controlled Separation


Controlled separation is a new approach to dealing with marital problems that grew in popularity in recent years. The ultimate goal of controlled separation is to save your marriage, working with a counselor by putting together a separation agreement with specific guidelines.

Controlled separation helps couples who have problems to live independently and, at the same time negotiate and work to find solutions to problems in their marriage. It has been found to be successful, when one of the spouses was adamant about divorce. Put the distance between the spouses and the individual work with a counselor helps spouses to see things from a different perspective.

There are always the guidelines to follow that is written in the form of the contract. The guidelines depends on individual pair and what they have problems. The following are examples of basic guidelines that might include a controlled separation agreement.

set a time limit Preferably three to six months without lawyers. It was agreed that neither spouse files for divorce during the specified time. Someone moves The spouses decide which one you move outside the House. If the spouse with the greatest income possible. Finance Division All funds must be divided in a fair and just. welfare of children However, children should not be neglected. There is a regular Visitation schedule and if agreed between the spouses, family outings. Keep confidential An agreement that is said and what is not. Spend time together if the couple wishes to see each other out of the Office of counselor, that this will be negotiated. Dinners together where they discussed the marital problems can help couples reconnect oten emotionally. to have intimate relations Whether or not to continue with intercourse. termination of the contract You will decide if either spouse can withdraw from the contract or both have to come to an agreement.

The following list summarizes some of the advantages of a separate subsidiary and a structured separation agreement.

puts an end to the fighting Give each spouse the space needed to cool off. Keeps spouses acting on impulse spouses get to experiment with life alone and have more freedom the opportunity to grow and evaluate your role in marital problems A true test of how you feel about your partner are not once see them regularly If the couple does not reconcile gives them the opportunity to prepare a divorce by mutual consent

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