If both parents made an oral agreement ( not a stipulated order ) and have continued to act on the agreement " e . g : Father has reasonable visitation on court order . Both parents agree ( oral agreement , not in court ) that father will have children every M - W , and have telephone contact daily . ) If the mother no longer wishes to follow through ( started about three weeks ago ) with the agreement and the arrangements they both made outside of court ( over two years ago ) would this constitute a change in circumstance since the last court order ? Or does the " Change " have to DIRECTLY conflict with the actual order . If it does represent a change in circumstance ( IE : " an oral agreement or arrangement is enforceable , etc " ) can you please cite some cases for me ? Thank youThe mother will not let me see or even speak to our child. She has disconnected the phone and will not give me a number to make contact.
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