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If you entered into the agreement at mediation and it was a direct resulted of misrepresentation, then you could have grounds to ask that the court vacate the agreement and send the parties back. You would need to show that what was presented to you was inaccurate and you could also have a claim against your attorney, for failing to act in your best interest and properly advising you, so you can make an educated and informed decision. There is no way of knowing what the outcome of a case will be. The attorney can share with you your options and needs and has an obligation to disclose what may happen but at the end of the day, the decision is yours based upon accurate information. If it was not present, then you could have grounds to ask the Judge to vacate the settlement agreement
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