In which case, the correct
process is to go to court and get a temporary variation of the order however
expect the judge to be less than sympathetic because in the
whole scale of things this is really no big deal as I am sure you appreciate.
You might consider simply
telling him what is happening and if he doesn't like it let him make the court
application and he is the one who will get his knuckles rapped by the judge for
wasting court time.
My suggestion would be to get
your solicitor to write him a letter telling him that this is what is going to
happen and why and that he doesn't like it, he should take advice.
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