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If the parenting plan was submitted to the court as well to be entered and it contains language that states something to the effect that in cases of any conflict between the parenting plan and MSA, the parenting plan would supersede, then while you can modify the MSA, it is not absolutely necessary. If your parenting plan does not have such wording in there, then you have to modify that MSA by filing the motion to amend the MSA to make it conform to the parenting plan. You need to go through both the MSA and parenting plan side by side to make sure you catch all of the conflicts so you can address them all at one time.
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