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03 Sep 12 #353546 by lou62
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hi i need some advice please, once you have signed a minute of agreement is their anyway i can change my mind or am i stuck now....

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03 Sep 12 #353548 by rubytuesday
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Welcome to Wikivorce.

What is it in the MoA that you wish to change?

Usually it is only arrangements relating to children and child aliment that can be altered.

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03 Sep 12 #353549 by lou62
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so i couldnt change my position on financial things not relating to children,as its just me my kids are all adults now.thanks

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03 Sep 12 #353550 by rubytuesday
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Did you receive proper legal advice before signing the MoA?

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03 Sep 12 #353551 by lou62
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No i didnt have any legal advice because im now living in England and could not find a solicitor here who deals in scottish law...

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03 Sep 12 #353552 by rubytuesday
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What is it you require to be altered?

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03 Sep 12 #353553 by lou62
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the amount of money he has said he will pay me,after i sign over the house to him..

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