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If you do not respond to the documents, then the court would enter judgment by default and would grant whatever was stated in the papers you were served. So if you do not answer, the next thing would be you would get a notice for default and if you do not respond the court will set it for a default order hearing. That one you should show up at and inform the court you do not object to entry of default based on the contents of the pleadings and that would be the end of your marriage.
If she changes anything she has to serve you again.
A written notarized agreement is a contractual document and it can be enforced by the court as written.
Thank you for your reply.The judge cannot alter a written contract unless there is a clause that is illegal. So if the judge tries to change the agreement, you would object and you would have a chance to respond.