by Local345  07/03/2016  507 Page Views
13 Comments  Family & de facto law, financial agreements, consent orders
My ex wife and I signed a binding child support agreement 5 years ago. I have paid all amounts in full and on time since the date it was stamped by the court. The agreement does not specify how many nights the children spend with each parent. Previously my 3 children were staying with me 5 nights a fortnight.

My ex has successfully turned my children against my new wife and they will not come to stay with me any longer. My ex is using this as an opportunity to ask for more money.

Does she have any legal grounds to have the binding agreement revisited by the court? My understanding is the court does not easily overturn an agreement of this type?