My parents filed for partial custody against me and my ex. My ex agreed that my parents would have every other weekend, and I got no visitation. After having 50/50 custody. I can only see the kids at the mothers discretion. I have only seen the kids 8 times for a couple hours since November. so clearly I'm going to court to modify the current order.
Are you seeking to have visitation or custody modified? You served whoever is has rights under the order you are seeking to modify. It doesn't matter what your ex agreed to unless it is part of a court order.
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Your question is somewhat confusing. Is there a court order in place? If so, and you are seeking to modify that order, you would need to serve all parties involved. I would definitely recommend that you seek the guidance and counsel of an experienced custody law attorney in your County to further discuss your options
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I agree with my colleagues. You should retain an experienced family law attorney in your area to assist with this. Where were you when this custody agreement was made?
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