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I am battling my Ex once again in court. Happens every year - sometimes more than once per year. She loses - but keeps coming back.
So I'm looking at creating a stipulation between us, and part of that would be to include a waiver by BOTH of us to return to court on the issues in the stipulation until my daughter is 21 (she is severely disabled).
My question is, can we waive that right? I'm tired of her agreeing to things, only to have her drag me back to court a couple months later claiming "change of circumstance".My issue is that she continues to claim that she's broke due to monthly expenses, yet she buries herself in legal expenses - and then uses those expenses to claim she has no money to pay. It's a self-fulfilling prophecy that she continues to use to claim she has no money. My suspicion is that her employer is helping her to hide money by paying for her legal bills and other things, and not claiming it as income to her. Oddly enough, the attorney that is representing her now has represented her employer at least 13 times over the last 10 years - yet has no family law cases he has tried. Odd for someone to pay such a large amount ($350/hr) for someone that has NO family law cases under his belt.