Category: Stipulations

Bliwas v. Bliwas

(1) Stipulation is a recommendation to the court which the court can accept, reject or modify. (2) Party who agrees in stipulation is estopped from later objecting to its provisions, absent a change in circumstances.

Wright v. Wright

Trial court cannot amend 10 year old divorce judgment to order payment of taxes on monthly payments. If there is no ambiguity on the face of a stipulation, the subjective intent of the parties is irrelevant. Judgements are construed in the same manner as other written instruments.