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A court order must be followed until it is modified.
Child custody/parenting plans/visitation can always be modified by the Court based on the best interests of the child. However, grounds for modification must include a change in circumstances that significantly impacts the best interests of the child. A change in the preference of a 14 year old will suffice as grounds for a modification hearing.
Age is not the only factor that is considered by the court. Typically, the court will take into consideration the maturity of the child, the child's reasons for requesting the change and the environment that the child will be moving into.
That said, the court will typically give great weight to your son's wishes, but would not be bound by them.
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