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Old 04-05-2014, 05:18 PM
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If two ex spouses create and sign their own separation agreement which states that no section 7 expenses for daycare will be paid, then file it in their divorce paperwork, and it is finalized.....how easily reversible is the no section 7 expenses decision?
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Well, what has changed that makes you or your ex-spouse want to alter the agreement you signed?
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Old 04-06-2014, 12:10 PM
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If two ex spouses create and sign their own separation agreement which states that no section 7 expenses for daycare will be paid, then file it in their divorce paperwork, and it is finalized.....how easily reversible is the no section 7 expenses decision?
Your agreement is easily changed when there is a material change of circumstance. Aside from whether either of you had ILA for the agreement you signed.

You give very limited information here.....but, if your ex didn't work when you signed the agreement (daycare not needed then) and now does work (daycare needed), then there is a change that could be addressed by the court if the ex wishes to bring that motion.

Life isn't black and white. Circumstances change, for both parents along the way. The idea that anything to do with children is "set in stone" is delusional.
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Ex spouse is working and is using daycare but does not want to go to court because of the expense. They would rather agree to no section 7 payments than have to go to court to fight for them. There would be no "material change in circumstance",,just someone changing their mind on what they agreed to at a later date.
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Nothing specific has changed. This is a question before the agreement is signed.
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