There are other extenuating circumstances that can be claimed to modify an order such as a material mistake of fact, fraud, undue influence, etc., but you are correct that generally there needs to be a change in circumstances before a modification will be granted. The fact that you and the ex came to an agreement suggests that you both made concessions of sorts in arriving at an overall resolution. T he fact that the court signed an order endorsing your agreement which is not perfectly correct on percentage of time (which presumably you both knew and nonetheless intended it be 50/50) is not ground, by itself, for the court to set aside your agreement and court's order thereon. Dept of Child support services does not have any sort elevated status in the case takes the case as is ----including with having a burden of proving changed circumsnces or some other legally exce ptable basis , there than she simply wants a "do over." I hope this was helpful and eases your concerns. Good Luck.
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I would point out to the court how much time you spend and file a request for a reduction.
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