There must be a substantial change in circumstances since the FJ. What has changed? You have to figure it out. Have their grades suffered? How can you prove the affect on them?
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You do not provide very much information for anyone to sufficiently answer your question, in fact, I do not really see a question. You want to change the time-sharing but want it to remain 50/50. Is that correct? Why? And as the other attorneys said, you would have to prove a substantial, unanticipated, permanent change in circumstances since the Final Judgment was put in place. You need to sit down with an attorney and lay out all of the facts.
I would recommend consulting with a local and experienced family law attorney to review your court documents and obtain more information and facts from you. Only then will one of us be able to advise whether it can be modified.
Ophelia Bernal-Mora, Esquire
Orlando Family Law Attorney
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