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Once child custody issues are agreed upon or ordered, can they be modified?

In Australia, an agreement or orders can be modified by consent of both parties. In the circumstances where a Court has made orders for parenting, the orders can be amended by an Application for Consent Orders, annexing the modified proposed orders and filed with the Family Court of Australia at no cost to the parties.

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