Usually the terms of the Petition govern what the Court orders upon default. If you believe that the final court order differs, you should consult with your own family law attorney to review the documentation and clarify whether the Court made a mistake or explain what happened.
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I would file a Motion to Correct Mistake or a Motion for Clarification to have the court address the problem.
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