Q: How do I ask a court to modify a already existing parenting plan
If both you and the other parent agree to the modification, you can speak with your respective lawyers and have them draft a new parenting plan that you can submit to the judge for approval.
If the other parent disagrees, you can file a petition for modification. You must convince the court that there has been a significant change in your circumstances that warrants revisiting the parenting plan, and that the modified parenting plan you seek is in the best interests of the child.
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