My child's father and I both wrote an written agreement stating we would switch off claiming our child every other yr and split whatever we received 50/50 well he never sent me my half from last yr so I took him to small claims court and won that case and I will have to take him back to court for the same thing this year..
An att'y assisting you would want to review the AGR as a starting point.
As to your question generally, of course, AGRs may be altered.
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Generally modifications can be made based on changes and it would be a good idea to get back in touch with your attorney.
Yes - changes can be made. They can be made by agreement between the signing parties or by motion to the court.
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The other attorneys have answered this question, I will echo that changes can be made and suggest retaining an attorney to help. Good luck with your custody issue.
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