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Settlement Agreement Divorce Mediation

By Zach Arnold | October 7, 2021

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Instead, courts will look for evidence of intentional misconduct by a spouse or a significant lack of knowledge of marital finances. As soon as the actual divorce process has been triggered and both parties have had the advantage of gathering financial information during the investigation process, it becomes much more difficult to set aside a negotiated settlement agreement. In such cases, the parties to the application must appeal to the Tribunal or apply for the judgment to be set aside, with the Tribunal generally only being willing to annul the agreement if there is evidence of intentional fraud or newly discovered evidence. . . .

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