Aaron Carnine Family Law Attorney

Divorce, Parenting, Property, Adoption, Guardianship

VERBAL AGREEMENTS

VERBAL AGREEMENTS

Verbal agreements are not worth the paper they are printed on. Common verbal agreements include a rearrangement of a visitation schedule or a modification of child support. An agreement to modify times or exchange visitation weekends should at least be in writing, at best should be confirmed by attorneys. Don’t assume your ex will reciprocate on a visitation switch if based on a verbal agreement.  It can be difficult and costly to enforce a verbal agreement.  Court’s will often not enforce or even recognize verbal agreements to modify child support.  Use www.ourchildinfo.com to coordinate and create permanent documentary evidence of a verbal agreement.

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