DO NOT SIGN a Consent Judgment that says something other than what you agreed. The person on the phone who said it would be "ok" for you to be late with a second payment doesn't know what s/he is talking about.
You should send a letter to the lawyer with your corrections to the Consent Judgment (do not sign it) and make payments under the schedule you agreed to.
OCGA 9-11-62 is a section that requires them to notify you when you are in default of the Order (which you would be by paying a few days late) -- that means that if you default on this judgment, they can immediately do whatever the penalty is for you not paying timely. It's standard in a consent judgment because they are working out a deal with you, but all the more reason for you to make sure the consent judgment is accurate.
Christie Ayotte, Attorney At Law
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