Can a Parenting Plan be Changed or Modified?
A good parenting plan should discuss the many possible surprises and changes that might occur – a parent relocates, a medical emergency, financial circumstances change – but no plan can foresee every possible need for modification or adjustment. Section 63(D) of the Family Law Act, 1975 allows a parenting plan to be “varied or revoked by agreement in writing” between the two parties.
If a parenting plan was registered with the court, and then one or both sides wish to modify it, court papers must be filed. Contact an experienced family lawyer to find out how to modify a current parenting plan.