Thank you. Actually, it is too late to appeal the issue since you generally have only 30 days to appeal. Here, what you will have to do is to file a Petition for Modification
in the same Court. Your two arguments should be:
-the burden is not equal and is unfair, and more importantly
-the requested modification is "in the best interest of the child
When you file, the Court will likely mandate mediation
as part of the suit - this will be your best option to get a mediated agreement with what you seek, I believe.
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