Modify an existing order


#1

You can go back to court and try to modify an order ANY time there has been a change.


#2

Dear brayburn:

Greetings. Yes, you can ask for that to be changed. Thank you.

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#3

I have a court order in NC and have moved to TN (2 years ago)remarried with a new baby girl. In the order from NC it states that a blood relative has to deliver the kids when we exchange the them. We have to meet half way(2 hrs drive for each of us). My ex husband is the one that insisted this be put in the court order, however, he never comes to get his kids. He sends his mother, sister, cousin, etc. In the last 2 years he has only came to the exchange 3 times. I always bring the kids and since having the new baby it is hard sometimes for me to find the time to get them there and I have often asked if he cares if someone else brings them and he always says “no it has to be a blood relative as it states in the papers”. With me having the baby can I go before the court and ask that part of the order be changed.

brayburn