A fraudulent, invalid, unenforceable Divorce Contract will not be deemed valid until set aside and redone or amended so it concurs with the law; regardless of any laws which change the date of separation.
For any contract to be valid and enforceable there are specific requirements, like informed consent, full disclosure and others.
Specifying the date of separation does not change the legal or illegal status of a divorce contract and the INTENT of all the parties which were involved in drafting, signing, sanctioning and enforcing it ESPECIALLY when they clearly KNOW it is invalid, fraudulent and unenforceable.
They can be held liable for enforcing such an invalid, fraudulent Divorce Contract or other type of invalid, fraudulent contract because that is fraud, deceit and other illegal and immoral acts as any reasonable person knows.
Plus, they can be held liable for all the damages they caused and continue to cause especially when they have the knowledge of this fraud and keep causing harms to others based upon their own fraudulent and illegal acts instead of rectifying the fraudulent contract. There are serious tax ramifications too.
As always none of this is legal or any other advice; it is based upon my knowledge and experiences including facts about those in the Establishment.
-By Sara Hassman, Parental Alienation Solutions, Founder;www.PAlienation.org