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A letter will not be binding in the family court, only a signed consent order will be.
Therefore, what you need is a draft consent order with the agreed terms in there so then ask your ex to sign it. Once it is signed, it can be lodged with the court for the family judge to consider and agree. If agreed, the order is then sealed and recorded - both you and your ex would be bound by the terms at that point.
The following company can draft the order and they even file it for you too :
Just to be clear - no letter will be binding - you need a consent order.
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