The process for order submission can vary from county to county. To be safe you should submit your changes in writing directly to your spouse’s attorney. I would also contact the attorney’s office and ask for confirmation that they intend to contact you before sending the order to the judge. The attorney has an obligation to submit your objections to the judge along with their proposed order. You are free to send a letter directly to the judge with your requested changes to the order.
It is normal to include in the findings of fact specific testimony of each party.
You can request additions to the order, if the judge finds them to be reasonable based on the evidence presented in court they can be included. The judges routinely include a provision regarding the sharing of school records, even if that was not specifically requested in court. If the other attorney included something and you do not agree with it, you are free to notify the judge as to why you object to the inclusion of the language.
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