it it enforceable if certain elements are satisfied. Take a look at an article we wrote a few weeks ago about this subject . http://www.phillyesquire.com/waiving-child-support-in-pennsylvania/
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Mr. Kuldiner is correct - it depends. The article he provided is very helpful. After you've read it, I think you'll understand why you need to consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area.
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