You can't agree to lower the child support. Child support is computed according to Florida's child support guidelines system, and you are bound by that system. Also, changing a timeshare agreement is extremely difficult once you've both signed an agreement or a judge has ordered it. Essentially, something major has to happen to change things. And it sounds pretty ridiculous to agree to remove the garnishment. If you have a written, court-approved agreement for timeshare and support in your case, it's probably time to tell him to pound sand.
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My answer is this: since the 2 of you barely just divorced, it seems highly unlikely that there's been a "significant change in circumstances" which would justify a change in the time sharing arrangement. Examples that are considered as "significant change" are Baker Acts and history or drug abuse or crimes of violence.
Time sharing is usually determinative of child support but even this may be changed if he can show a change of circumstance ex. loss of income at a variable of approximately 15%.
If either of you files to modify either time sharing or support, the judge will decide what's in the best interest of the child. Consistency and financial support are primary.
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Do not agree to anything. He is bullying you. You should not discuss anything with him except issues about your kids. Use email for all communications.
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The fact that you feel "forecd" to sign the agreement says it all. Do NOT sign this agreement. His threat to change cusody to 50/50 is most likely an empty threat. Under Florida law in order to be entitiled to such a change he would be required to prove that a substabtial change of circumstances occured since the last court order dealing with parenting issues. You state that you have primary custody and that that issue was just resolved, so what has changed? Do not let him intimiate you. You should seek the advice of an experienced and qualififed lawyer to assist you in this matter.