The Divorce Act contemplates that divorcing (and/or separated) parties may reconcile. It thereby allows and encourages parties to resume cohabitation, with reconciliation as their primary purpose, and engage in normal marital relations for a period of up to (but not exceeding) 90 days.
Regardless of whether you are attempting to reconcile or not, it is unwise to make unrealistic or grandiose promises to your former spouse. Offers like “she can have everything” may ease your guilt or otherwise prove your love/goodwill, but such promises often manifest into overly generous settlements or agreements that are rarely kept or enforced. more