Reese Witherspoon's marriage to Jim Toth is stronger following their recent arrests.

The 'Water For Elephants' actress - who recently pleaded ''no contest'' to charges for disorderly conduct after confronting a police officer who had arrested her husband on suspicion of DUI in Atlanta, Georgia - is determined to put the incident behind them and focus on their relationship.

A source said: ''The whole situation was a good check-in to reassess things and make sure they're on track as a couple.''

Another close friend of the pair added: ''Reese learned from it. She feels she and Jim are in everything together, for life.''

The couple, who wed in March 2011, are looking forward to a low-key summer and plan to spend a lot of time with their son, Tennessee, eight months, and her other children, Ava, 13, and Deacon, nine - who she has with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe.

The friend told Us Weekly magazine: ''They are planning a trip to Hawaii. Deacon will be in camp this summer and Ava is getting ready to start high school in the fall. They're all doing great.''