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Recently my ex-husband and I agreed via email and a filed Supplemental Responsibility, Visitation or Parenting Plan / Time Sharing Schedule and Other Relief form with the Broward County Family Court to change our existing court ordered child care agreement and have been acting under the agreed upon change for 4 months now. We did not go to the court hearing for the filed change and instead operated under the change we agreed to. Is the change we filed valid because we have been operating under it? Can I deny a request for additional time thus forcing a new court hearing. What would he have to do to gain more time based on the written change of the agreement and filing?
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