Our expert says:
Family law expert
As the upper guardian of minors, the High court is empowered and under a duty to consider and evaluate all relevant facts placed before it with a view to deciding the issue which is of paramount importance: the best interests of the child. When a court sits as upper guardian in a custody matter it has extremely wide powers in establishing what is in the best interests of minor or dependent children.
The custodian parent generally has the right to have the child with him or her, to regulate its life and to decide all questions of education, training and religious upbringing.
Your only option would be to approach the court to vary the existing order.
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