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NSW Is There a Cooling Off Period for Financial Agreements?

Discussion in 'Family Law Forum' started by Pinkie4, 14 September 2016.

  1. Pinkie4

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  2. sammy01

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    Nope - once signed and stamped by the court, they are binding. I think you could still apply to court, but I think you'd need to establish good grounds and simply changing your mind doesn't count...
     
  3. Victoria S

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    Yes, you are supposed to have received legal advice about it before signing so I think it is assumed that you have had an opportunity to consider that advice and make an informed decision.
     

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