we had an agreement all parties signed off on it.. receive payment on 7/1 /19 I then sign my shares over. now it cant be done tell 8/24/19 this obviously affects payment pursuant to the Settlement Agreement. now they need a modification of agreement signed what if I don't agree to the new date?
You might be able to claim the other party breached (broke) the agreement but if s/he has no control over it, it may be unavoidable. The question: is your non-agreement reasonabnle under the circumstances.
I do not know. Difficult to say without looking at the Proposed Judgment, Settlement Agreement, etc.
You should probably hire a licensed California Family Law Attorney to represent you and help you out.
If the parties had a settlement agreement and it was signed by all parties, your non-agreement to extend a date is really "bad form." Just agree to the new date and get on with closing the case. I don't see any harm to you.
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