What the statue of limitation after a divorce agreement was sign?

Asked about 1 year ago - Manhasset, NY

I sign a divorce agreement only 9 days it go. Can I change some of the terms?

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  1. Paul Karl Siepmann

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    Answered . Its not an easy thing to do. Get an attorney ASAP.

    I am not your attorney and any posts/messages or responses to posts/messages can not establish an attorney-client... more
  2. Howard E. Knispel

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    Answered . Usually not. If you signed an agreement and then later think it was a bad agreement courts are reluctant to step in. Where you misinformed? Did they lie to you? Speak to a lawyer.

    The above is a general answer and is not considered legal advice. You should contact an attorney before... more
  3. David Alexander Browde

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    Answered . That depends upon what you signed. There is no statute of limitations, and there is no period during which one can change one's mind.

    Under the rules governing the conduct of attorneys in New York it may be necessary to remind you that this answer... more
  4. Louis Lawrence Sternberg

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    Answered . Your best option is to hire an attorney ASAP and contact the opposition to determine whether they will consent to your changes. The courts will not be quick to set aside or modify your agreement otherwise.

    It is always advisable to contact an attorney. For a consultation, please contact our office at 516-669-3295.... more
  5. Myra Chack Fleischer

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    Answered . It depends on the circumstances surrounding the signing of the agreement. This questions requires more advice than you will be able to get here. You really need an attorney immediately.

    The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an... more

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