A legal separation aka a formal process of separation during which you and your spouse may live apart but still remain legally married affords you both some breathing room to solve marital problems, come to terms with emotions, and start over, whether as a still-married or eventually divorced couple. Being legally separated —not to be confused with a trial separation wherein a married couple decides informally, and without the court's interference, to live apart—means closing the book on one chapter of your marriage and opening another, creating a new center of balance, and making the new arrangement work on a spiritual, emotional, and practical level. And, regardless of the outcome, you'll at least want to start out by behaving in ways that ease the transition—as opposed to acting embittered and petty, or even in a manner that leads your spouse to think the marriage is actually salvageable when, deep down, you feel it's over. The bottom line is that you must always act civilly, and, whether it's in favor of reconciliation or disbandment, according to whichever outcome you prefer. Here, five things you should never do once you've become legally separated. There will be emotional and legal ramifications upon having sex with your spouse during your separation, but you'll face legal stumbling blocks, too.
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