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Yes you can. No agreement with respect to children etched in stone.When the court makes a decision about custody and access it is always based on the best interests of the child. So a contract for custody and access would not matter.When a court makes a decision about child support there is actually not that much discretion in most cases because the Federal Child Support Guidelines provide what support must be paid. A contract will not bind a court because child support is the right of the child and so a contract cannot be used to affect the rights of a child.Does that help as a starting point?
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