Our expert says:
Family law expert
It is not advisable that you approach the court on your own. But having said that, the process that you need to embark on is not that difficult. You will need to file an application to vary the current order. This is done by an affidavit served on your ex and then filed at court. I will however first send him a lawyer's letter, spelling out the times and if he still act as usual then consider bringing a formal application.
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