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When a Set Aside has been granted, ARFLP Rule 85 (C), does

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When a Set Aside has been granted, ARFLP Rule 85 (C), does the Decree that's been set aside remain in effect until another judgment has been entered?

For example: The Consent Decree has specific requirements for filing taxes with my ex-husband. The Consent Decree has been "Set Aside". Does that mean those requirements are no longer in effect?

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
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Typically, when an order is set aside, that makes it null and void unless the court states that it is set aside in part. If the set aside order appears to set aside the previous order in it's entirety, then typically the previous order has no further effect and a new order will be necessary.


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