There is no cooling off period. And there is no settlement hearing. I'd suggest you confer with a local attorney before you get more confused...
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I never heard of "cooling off" periods or "settlement hearings" and I've been sucking up to lady justice for years. You can give us an idea of the nature of your case, or be better off consulting in confidence with an attorney.
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Not sure what "10-day cooling off period" you're talking about, unless it's something referred to in your settlement agreement If so, I'd need to review the agreement to give an opinion. Thus, call a NYC Divorce attorney to schedule a consultation for a full assessment.
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You are mistaken. No cooling off period, usually the opposite. You don.t need a judge to discuss settlement. Time to nire an attorney, I think.
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