1. Generally, yes, as long as your agreement falls in line with statutory support requirements and other legalities. 2. Maybe, if he believes your agreement violates the law, is unreasonable or is not in the best interest of the children. 3. Your husband must properly file "the papers" and have you served with a summons in order to take you to Court. 4. If the Judge finds that the flexible visitation schedule is in the best interests of the children, he will approve it.
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Only the Court can modify the Order. DHS can ask the Court to modify it.
It depends on the language of the child support order. Full-time miliatary employment emancipates the child unless the order says otherwise. Even if the child is emancipated, you need to see if the Order provides for automatic termniation of the support obligation. You likely need an Order terminating your support obligation; you can represent yourself or hire a lawyer to get that accomplished.