I have a situation where there is a custody battle going on and the two parties are under a temporary court order while the case is being processed (extended because of the pandemic)
Under the court order there are specific days laid out for each parent to see their children. If the parents are in agreement, can they alter one of the days to better fit their schedule? Or do they have to follow the court order to the letter until it's resolved.
It depends on so many things. That's why only a lawyer familiar with your case and the local rules can answer properly. However, it is not unusual that parents cooperate to make small changes out of court, and when that happens it's good to put those agreements in writing in case there is any dispute later.
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