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I am sorry to hear about this situation. What you are seeking is a "response." There is no form for a response - most are drafted from scratch. What I am going to do is to provide you with an EXAMPLE of such a response in family court, which can be edited as needed. It is attached to this answer.
What such an answer would do is provide a "general denial." This would throw the matter into trial mode (months down the line), but doing so would allow the parties to agree to the verbiage in the proposed decree. If it is only minor verbiage that is the issue, then likely this would be worked out fairly easily.
Note however that by not filing an answer, one can default meaning the other party would simply win by default of no response being filed. So the response is filed to ensure no default is granted, and then the parties negotiate.
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