Declaratory Judgment

A ruling issued by the Court, upon a party’s request, to determine the rights and obligations of the parties under a contract or Agreement they have signed. The purpose of a declaratory judgment is to avoid lawsuits and instead intervene and clarify the terms of the Agreement before full-scale litigation ensues. While extremely rare in family law, the rules do allow for declaratory judgments. See ARFLP Rule 80.

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