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Your husband can rescind his offer up to when it is accepted. If you do not feel the offer is fair, do not just settle for it because you feel pressured. Furthermore, you can tell your attorney to file a motion to compel and/or an motion for contempt and seek sanctions for them not complying with the discovery in addition to seeking a deposition.
Your attorney is now more involved with the case and sees your ex delaying the process which increases attorney's fees and time to resolve the matter, but he also cannot really guarantee you anything now and he is trying not to raise your hopes as well, since he still has not gotten the information he needs to prove you are entitled to more.
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