All of these interpersonal contracts must include certain provisions and can include others. You really should consult with an attorney if you really plan to execute one. You can see samples online.
Yes, there are many things which "must" go into it. There is, for example, mandatory language which must be put into the child support provision. For a full assessment, schedule a consultation with a NYC Divorce attorney.
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