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A FAMILY COURT JUDGE UPHELD THE RECOMMNEDATIONS OF A FACILITATOR

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A FAMILY COURT JUDGE UPHELD THE "RECOMMNEDATIONS" OF A FACILITATOR FOR A PARENTING PLAN VIA FL-341. TO AMEND THE FL-341, WOULD I NEED TO PETITION THE COURTS FOR ANOTHER HEARING OR CAN I CONTACT THE FACILITATOR TO REQUEST AN ADJUSTMENT?
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  GeorgetownLawyr replied 5 years ago.
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has the recommendations been put into a court order yet??
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
Yes. It's been in effect for over a year now. The NCP is not able to commit to the order regularly as stipulated. It would benefit our child if the order was changed. For example, NCP is ordered to take our child to school 3 days in the week with one over nite (sleep over) vist, and provide care for one full day. NCP is NOT able to provide care as ordered and arrangements has to made by me every week to retrive our child. I'm proposing that the NCP drives our son to school 5days instead of 3days, keep his over night sleep visit, and since he keeps cancelling his obligations for personal reasons, suspend the one day he's required to be the full time parent. He won't agree to the new changes. Do I need to see a judge for this or contact the facilitator to write up another recommendation to submit to the judge?
Expert:  GeorgetownLawyr replied 5 years ago.
you will need to file a motion to modify the agreement with the court since the recommendations are already adopted in a court order. The facilitator has no power to change the court order and therefore you need to go to court. I hope this helps clarify.

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