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Good evening: Here's the problem: If you no longer agree to the agreement, then your divorce is no longer uncontested. You would need to then proceed with the divorce as a contested divorce, and ask the Judge to make a ruling that is fair and equitable to both parties.
At an uncontested final divorce hearing, the Judge will not make any modifications because the premise is that you both agree to it. Even if you are agreeing to a lower amount, the Judge presumes that you are okay with this because you've agreed to an uncontested divorce.
The only time a Judge might overrule your agreement is if you have both agreed to something that is "contrary to public policy", like perhaps NO child support, or an agreement that neither one of you will ever get remarried, etc.