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Thank you for the reply. No, an attorney can not simply change a court order. It would either need to be agreed to by the parties or ordered by the Judge. A motion would need to be filed for this to happen and it would need to be heard. Now, the current order that is in place will control. If nothing is said about this, they could not just demand it or impose it, since it was not ordered by the Judge.
Yes. I do not see how the attorney could simply change the court order without filing a motion and have it ruled upon by the Judge.
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