You will have to meet a high standard to show that your execution of the agreement shouldn't be approved by your Judge. You will need to show that your consent to the agreement is the result of fraud or coercion.
The Tennessee Supreme Court has stated that a marital dissolution agreement may be enforceable as a contract even if one of the parties withdraws consent prior to the entry of judgment by the trial court, so long as the agreement is otherwise a validly enforceable contract. In the absence of fraud, coercion or some other circumstance that would have made the agreement invalid, the repudiation of a marital dissolution agreement does not prevent its enforcement.
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