In the event of an uncontested divorce, the court almost always agrees with the agreement of the parties when it is generally fair and the court is satisfied that the agreement was reached by both spouses without fraud or coercion. Often, the court wishes to verify the sworn insurances appended to the agreement to determine their fairness. 2) Child Support – If the divorce agreement merges with the judgment, the court may change this assistance upwards or downwards if a change in circumstances may warrant a change. On the other hand, if the agreement survives judgment, then the norm for upward change is an unforeseen and unexpected change in circumstances that would justify an increase in aid. However, a request to change the downward aid is much more difficult to prove and becomes something to think about when deciding whether or not to choose this option. Both the divorce process and the experience that led to it are unpleasant. Sometimes the marriage is so bad that the client reaches a limit of burden before the divorce is ready to be ruled. Even if the parties live apart, one of the spouses may feel that they will do everything to end the relationship. The customer gets to a point where he or she only wants the end and end of uncertainty.