Our expert says:
Family law expert
I would refer the matter to the Family Advocate to envistigate whether a variation of the current agreement may not be in the best interests of the child. Surely if the status quo is to the child's detriment I see no reason why you won't be able to vary the existing arrangment by way of a court application.
B.Proc; AD Dip L Law
Divorce and Family Law Attorney
Abrahams and Gross Inc.
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