I would be cautiously optimistic if I were you but I can't speculate about something that is not a marital settlement agreement and/or a proper waiver (potentially) and its efficacy. You need to take everything to an attorney and have it properly reviewed to make sure that you are protected properly. Good luck!
Bill Rosenfelt 407-462-8787 (Orlando)
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Probably not. She may be saying these things, but it may never happen. If it wasn't in your divorce decree I don't see how she can do it now. If you have real concerns, see a local lawyer.
We need to see the documents associated with what you are saying. Property settlement is a once and for all thing, but the agreement has to be worded correctly.
R. Jason de Groot, Esq., 386-337-8239
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