Q: DivorceSettlement agreement in TX. We have agreed on everything.
We have agreed on child custody, division of property and signed off on everything. We also included in the final decree that neither party could ever sue the other for more custody or property in the future. Is this absolute final or can it one come back and still sue the other down he road?
A: Texas statute allows you to go back and modify the children portion of your decree whenever there has been a material and substantial change in circumstances; whereas, once the property is divided your agreement is binding unless someone failed to disclose a hidden asset.
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