Do I need to add an addendum to my MSA because my ex husband has agreed to give up his shares in my company?
3 attorney answers
It sounds like you need to have an addendum or a stipulation that modifies the judgment. An experienced family law attorney can draft the paperwork for you fairly easily.
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This question can’t be answered without knowing what stage in your judgment and divorce you are. However, even if it’s post judgment, you can always have an attorney draft a stipulation and order and send a signed stipulation and order to the court for the courts signature. This will not cost thousands in legal fees.
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