Waiver of Citation
My husband wants me to sign a waiver of citation. I thought that signing the waiver means I don't get served papers from a constable or process server and I don't have to appear in court on the day the judge signs the decree. Recently I've been told that signing the waiver also means I basically give up my right to negotiate the final decree or have any ''say-so'' in what is included in it. My husband told me that it means I can't contest the original petition only, not the final decree. Which answer is correct? If I do sign the waiver but still go to court the day the decree is signed, am I allowed to contest it at that time if I find stipulations that I don't agree to, such as paying his lawyer's fees, paying court costs, etc.? Is there anything that protects me from his altering the paperwork after he and I negotiate everything?