My spouse and I signed a marital separation agreement. Now my spouse is claiming they signed it under financial duress and that they were destitute when they signed it. I know the burden of proof is on them, but what does one have to show to prove financial duress. I know in law there are no hard and fast rules, but I would like to know of some general factors to show when someone makes a financial duress assertion/claim/pleading in court.
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