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Old 01-03-2015, 06:14 PM
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This is an issue of legal technicality.
1. Once an agreeement is signed by 2 parties without any fraud and with legal advice the court WILL NOT overturn it because somebody had a change of heart. Was their independant legal advice for her? Was the change in custody homologated by the court (did a judge sign it)?

2. She would need to prove one of the above which i dont think she qualifies for.

3. Failing that she needs to prove a change in circumstance which there isnt.

The first step is not about best interests of the child. It is about the agreement and if its valid.
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