Was the agreement signed by both of you or just verbal? It doesn't sound like there was a financial loss to you because you would have known before today that there was no insurance because any services you went for would have been denied. If that is the case, get it in writing moving forward. Consulting with a divorce attorney might be a good option as well to make sure your interests are represented. Changing categories as well to Divorce/Separation
Probably not too much. What are you going to court for on Friday? As my Texas colleague inquired "What financial loss, if any, have you sustained?" If the answer is 0, no harm - no foul.
I need more information. What is going on in court on Friday? Was the agreement entered during a pending divorce? If so, was there an order that ratified that agreement? If this situation is right, you may be able to ask the court to hold her in contempt.
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