Child Visitation being revised.

My husbands son is turning 3 and the visitation agreement changes to every other weekend. His mother does not want her son staying an entire weekend at his fathers house and wants to break up the weekends. ( She has no reasoning behind her feeling besides her just not wanting the child to) She claims she will be taking the child's father to court to get the court ordered agreement revised. Does she have any way of getting it changed just because she wants to go back on what she has signed? She is a Residential parent and her rights regarding the child are the same as the fathers.

Shawnee Mission, KS -

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Stephen Ross Cohen

Stephen Ross Cohen

Family Law Attorney - Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

That depends on what the court beleives after the hearing.

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