Divorce: “Second thoughts” don’t convince a judge

This could also come under a warning: you really don’t want to represent yourself, i.e., proceed pro se, in a lawsuit — if you can possibly help it:

Pro Se Wife Denied Motion to Upset Custody Agreement

Andrew Keshner, New York Law Journal  

A woman who had second thoughts three days after representing herself in a divorce settlement that gave her husband legal and residential custody of their children could not convince a judge to disturb the pact.


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