I believe this is a similar question to the previous one posted. You should consult with a qualified family law attorney to review the prior agreement to assess your options. Good luck.
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You need to review any agreements our previous court orders. Then I suggest you contact a family law attorney to discuss your options further. My office handles cases such as yours. Good luck.
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