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I am sorry to hear this.When did you sign the agreement?Has your financial situation changed at all?Are you paying a certain percentage of the special expenses based on both your incomes?Has she increase the lesson since the agreement was signed?
It is not about re-opening the agreement.
You can apply to vary the provisions of the agreement based on a material change of circumstance.
For the access the change is the passage of time. The children are older and old enough to see you more. It has nothing to do with her comfort level.
For the special expenses that changes are both that the agreement isn't working in that she reported to FRO when you didn't even hear about the expenses and also she is increasing the expenses materially and it seems or income is lower or hers is higher because the percentage has changed.
You would bring a motion to change.
Here is a link to the information you will need:http://ontariocourtforms.on.ca/static/media/uploads/courtforms/family/guide1/FLR-A-SG-15-1EN-rev0610.pdf
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I was just looking at this question and saw that you had other posts as well.
I wanted to point out that your first family law question was put on the US family law list in error. The expert who answered it was in the US and the answer does not at a all reflect our laws.
If you want to go ahead with that answer let me know and I will ask the site to move it over. But, I also noticed that you've not rated this post or the other one where I helped you recently. I will not be able to deal with that first family law question without being rated for my own two answers first. I know you have a subscription but the experts do not get paid if the customer does not rate the answer.Thanks