Once they have signed PPE, the parties have entered into a binding contract that will not be renegotiated at the time of divorce. The main relevant agreements and sections of the SAP are included in the final divorce decision (divorce decision). Signed and notarized PPE is submitted to the court at the same time as all other necessary divorce documents. Essentially, parties who have PPE signed during their period of separation work under a contract; Once the same parties are divorced, they work at both a contract and a court order (the final divorce order). 3) Right of Recourse – If the contract survives as a separate contract, the other party, even if the judgment is changed by the court, may bring an action under contract law with a view to enforcing the contractual obligation and obtaining a cash judgment for the due and trying to recover it. However, where the contract is merged and the judgment is amended, the payer may not bring a separate action for the performance of the contract. . . .