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Can We Write Our Own Agreement After The Full Evaluation Is Done?
Yes, you are always encouraged to write your own agreement. After the evaluation is completed, you can make another appointment with the Conciliation Court or with your attorneys. Additionally, if, at the end of the evaluation process, the evaluator feels the family could benefit from another opportunity to settle the dispute, the evaluator invites the parents to a Post Evaluation Settlement Conference and their attorneys are notified of the scheduled meeting. During this meeting, the evaluator shares with the parents the recommendations that would be made to the Court, if a report was written, and which areas in the recommendation are subject to negotiation. If the parents reach an agreement and after 10 days neither party objects to the agreement, the agreement is forwarded to the Court for judicial signature and filing with the Court. In these cases, a detailed evaluation report is not filed with the Court.
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