In Buckner v. Buckner states that a settlement agreement shall not be considered void simply because parties engage in exchange of drafts for refining it.
By Sarah McCormack, Family Lawyer
Exchanging various settlement drafts refining details of an agreed-upon settlement does not constitute evidence that a valid agreement does not exist.
Sarah McCormack practices family law with the Georgia law firm of Kessler & Solominay.
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