Our expert says:
If he is actually i breach of the divorce agreement, its time to re-negotiate this, and you could presmably also return to court for an amendment, to take the changed circumstances into account. The Maintenance Court may be able to help, with little or no extra expenditure on your side. If he is not paying maintenance, maybe he should be, and the court could decide on this as well as possibly revising the original decision, even including custody arrangements. My understanding is that Maintenance Court and Family Court hearings and decisions could allow you to represent yourself or allow the staff of that court to represent you, and, much more importantly, to represent the child and express his wishes. The child's choices should ALWAYS be respected and not ignored, as this agreement seems to do. Your Ex's wishes should never be the only element taken seriously
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