Be sure to include in your written MSA all the terms and agreements with your former spouse that a court is supposed to enforce. Make the terms as specific as possible in order to avoid any litigation or litigation in the future. If a spouse is not cooperative in entering into a separation agreement, refuses to pay agreed support, refuses to visit the child, or interrupts communications, any spouse has the right to file a lawsuit in the New Jersey Supreme Court seeking child support, custody, or access without having to divorce. If one of you disagrees, the other can file a lawsuit requesting an amendment. .