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‘Romantic partner’ clause void as against public policy (access required)

A clause in a property settlement agreement requiring “great care” before either party introduces a romantic partner to the child is vague and cannot be enforced. Further, where the court has ruled that the parties will pay their child’s unreimbursed medical expenses in proportion to their income, the prior ruling will not be modified. Overview “The Court in ...