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I just signed (maybe I will regret it) that I accepted the divorce complaint but I wanted to modify our separation agreement and not go forward with the divorce until I got some resolution on my issue. What is the procedure for filing a dispute or whatever I need to do so that the divorce isn't finalized until I am OK with the agreement? This is my first go around with this and I was placed under the impression that I had to sign the summons acceptance.
Thanks in advance.
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If you already signed the separation agreement then she will have to agree to change it. Accepting service of the divorce complaint doesn't have a bearing on the modifiability separation agreement.
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