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While I can only guess what your husband is thinking, I can tell you that you are not responsible for any loans that he has taken out after you separated.
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Although a judge may choose to enforce the agreement, nothing regarding children is ever 100% binding. Any agreement regarding children can be modified based upon what is in the best interest of the children. Accordingly, if your husband is never at home and cannot properly care for the children, then you can certainly point that out to the judge and ask that the custody agreement be modified. You can argue that it is in the best interest of the children if you have full custody.
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If you haven't signed it, then it is not binding on you at all, and you can renegotiate any of the terms.
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Can you explain this: "I didn't rescind my proposal in time."
I'm not sure what that means? Was there a deadline in which the agreement became binding without your signature?
As long as the agreement indicates that you need to sign in order for it to become valid (such as a blank signature space for you to sign), then you should be okay arguing that the agreement was never finalized because you did not sign and your signature is required.
You'll have to read the proposal to see if it indicates that your signature is required. I'm not even sure how the proposal was put forth. But generally speaking, an agreement in a divorce needs to be signed by both parties. Moreover, such agreements are either accepted in whole, or they are rejected. A party cannot reject part of the agreement and then hold the other party responsible for the rest of the agreement.
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