While in mediation the mediator came in and said the other attorney is ready to leave while I was trying to read the document. My lawyer suggest a daycare he thought was a good so we told opposing side they agreed I told my lawyer and mediator only if my work allowed my schedule change. Without seeing how far it was I looked later on and it will affect my parenting time with my kid. I wont get home until 7 on the days I have her.
If you and your lawyer signed the agreement, it is a binding contract. Based solely on the information in your post, you don't give any information that would indicate you can abandon the agreement without the cooperation of the other side. If you signed and VERBALLY said "only if my work allowed the schedule change," but that wasn't written in, you are at the mercy of the other side to honor that oral condition. If the daycare selected is really unworkable for you, I would encourage you to research other viable options that might be mutually acceptable. Have your attorney write a really nice letter reminding of the "oral condition" discussed, proposing other workable options, and hoping the other side cooperates.
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