Asked over 1 year ago - Milford, MAFlag
I heard that sometimes you can get a lower amount from the court?
As long as the deal is good for you and it meets your needs and is as good as you can get and is fair, yes, it is very good to have a deal, however the deal shoudl be signed as a stipualtion and offered to the court to be made an order, that protect you in case he doesn't comply. Hope that helps.
All such agreements must become part of court order.
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