Unless otherwise ordered by a Judge or agreed to by the parties via written post-judgment stipulation, the agreement is indefinite but subject to any time constraints specified in its provisions.
You need to have an attorney review the agreement. But the short answer is yes the agreement lasts forever.
Yes, but have an attorney review the entire agreement. Your one sentence seems out of place and needs to be read as part of an entire agreement.
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You should go over this whole agreement with your attorney, however, a final decree is the final word on the divorce agreement unless one party makes a motion to change it. The sentence sounds like the author of the agreement wanted a party to pay the attorney fees of the other party if this went to court again. Check with your attorney for sure.
The stipulation of settlement that you signed in 2006 is a valid contract in 2013. Unless you can be more specific about the reasons for the change then the only answer that I can give you is that it is a binding contract and you would have to pay for the attorney fees.
you should hire an attorney to obtain legal advice on whether or not there has been a violation of your rights to a speedy trial.
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