If an issue is not addressed in a Child Custody Order, but it was addressed in a previous Parenting Agreement, does the Order nullify the issue?
For example, in the Parenting Agreement, it was agreed that no overnight guests of the opposite sex not related by marriage will be allowed to sleep over while children are in the parents care. For whatever reason, the agreement did not work and the parties had to go before a judge to get a Court Order. Court Order does not address overnight guests.
Is the ‘no overnight guests of the opposite sex, not related by marriage’ still valid, or is it gone since the Permanent Order for Custody/Support does not mention it?