Generally not referred to as a 'divorce agreement' since only the court can grant a divorce. Any intentional, malicious interference with a marital relationship. How much money was spent on the mistress' Think of judges as accountants who want full disclosure and financial accounting for improperly spent funds. A legally enforceable, spousal contract settling all matters.
Most findings of facts are extremely difficult to challenge because appeals courts defer to the trial court's ability to weigh evidence.
The plaintiff, in turn, must file an 'answer to counterclaim.' Antenuptial Agreement. Review of a trial court's decision and judgment by a higher court.
The appeals court can review the trial court's 'finding of fact' and 'conclusions of law.' See Decision and Judgment.
In their zeal to protect women, some courts favor wives despite their economic equality. Most annulments are obtained for religious reasons through a religious tribunal. A responsive pleading that answers allegations made in the complaint.
A counterclaim sets forth the defendant's allegations against the plaintiff, as if the defendant were asking for a divorce in the first instance.
Unless the trial court's findings of fact cannot possibly be supported by the evidence, such appeals will fail.