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Arkansas Code Annotated 9-11-810

Effects of separation.

(a) Judicial separation in a covenant marriage does not dissolve the bond of matrimony since the separated husband and wife are not at liberty to marry again, but it puts an end to their conjugal cohabitation and to the common concerns that existed between them. (b) Spouses who are judicially separated in a covenant marriage shall retain that status until either reconciliation or divorce.

(Acts 2001, No. 1486, § 5.)


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