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I agree with your solicitor. The flexibility only comes into it if you agree in advance with your ex. All you have to do is say "no" and he is without a leg to stand on.
Solicitor thinks it doesn''t matter because of the ''by agreement'' phrase.
Agreed. SOME of the time. Not all of the time.
If there is a mention of additional time being agreed then there is an expectation that this should happen some of the time.