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If you sign a deed to change part of your court order in a

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If you sign a deed to change part of your court order in a divorce. Is there any way you can seek to change it back to the original court order?
You were obviously had legal advice before entering the agreement. To change it back to the original you would need a reason which is acceptable to the court. This would have to be fundamental. The fact your ex husband is pressing for it to be signed in a way you find offensive is not enough. If however you find out that he lied about something fundamental to get that variation then that is a different matter.
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