I'm Lucy, and I'd be happy to answer your questions today. I'm sorry to hear about your dilemma.
A custody agreement can be changed at any time where there has been a material change in circumstances. That means, you'd have to be able to tell the judge what unanticipated issues have arisen in the past 2.5 years and why allowing you to change those terms is in your daughter's best interest. If the quality of the schools in your district has increased significantly, that might help, or if the quality of his school has declined. It could also help if you have a new job, and the order is giving you a longer commute or other issues.
Alternatively, a custody order can be changed by the agreement of the parties. You could try talking to your ex-husband about making some changes, especially if there's anything you could offer him in exchange (like more time with her or not having to do the driving or something like that).
There are some counties that have modification forms available online. I'm showing you an example from Wake County, but check the website for the county where the order was originally entered.
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