Am I walking a slippery slope if I turn down a temporary agreement and push forward into a custody modification hearing?
1 attorney answer
You are not obligated to accept a settlement agreement from the opposing party. You have to weigh what they are offering vs. what you are likely to get in court, and factor in the risks of leaving any decisions up to a judge. That is a call that only you can make. It would be wise to speak with an experienced attorney to get a more thorough assessment of your case.
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