lovingfatherof2 wrote:In my jurisdiction you would want to get any agreement on the record which can only happen at the 11th hour. Once it is on the record either attorney that writes the final agreement cant put easter eggs into it. They can try but its just a matter of the other side filing a motion objecting to the written agreement because it is not what was placed on the record.
My ex tried to accuse me and my lawyer of that but it didn't fly because the written agreement was the same exact thing as what was placed on the record.
Yes, this is why it seems imperative to have it on the record, presumably in open court. It seems to me that anything else has the potential to blow up in one's face with the potential addition of easter eggs from both sides.