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In 2013, the district court entered a decree of dissolution dissolving the marriage of Wife and Husband. The district court incorporated a property settlement agreement as part of the decree. Approximately one year later, Wife sought relief from the final decree, claiming that the property settlement was unconscionable and that the district court should modify the dissolution decree. The district court denied Wife’s request, finding that there was no basis in fact or law to re-open and modify the decree. The Supreme Court affirmed, holding that Wife did not present any substantial reason that her agreement to the settlement should be overturned or that the dissolution decree should be modified.