A section 69 agreement is a binding agreement between the parties in a family law case. Once you have entered into the agreement, the court will find that the agreement is valid and binding. This means that the agreement is final and the court will not change it unless a party can prove that there is an irregularity in the agreement. Some means of proving an irregularity are to show that the agreement was unfair, that a party did not disclose its assets in full, or that the agreement was imposed. Agreements concluded in accordance with Rule 69 shall be deemed valid and binding. The negotiation of agreements within the meaning of Rule 69 is an important step in resolving the issues raised in divorce and family law proceedings in Arizona. . . .