Welcome to Just Answer
I am a Solicitor and will try and assist you.
Please may I ask:
- when was the order made?
- is walmart the hand over point? has this changed?
thats ok - it must have been a typo - guess you meant - what was discussed at court.
What is wrong with the order?
when was it made?
was you represented in the proceedings?
was you given a copy of the draft order to approve before it was sent to the court?
was the order prepared by the other parties solicitor?
can you tell me if the other side agrees that there are errors in order?
you are not really seeking to appeal the decision what was made
but you are saying that the order does not state what was agreed at court
What you need to do is write to the court explaining that you do not agree with the order as it does truly reflect what was agreed. You need to explain what you consider to be wrong with the order and also make the amendments to the order that you consider are incorrect.
You need to send this back to the court asking this to be presented to the Judge/Mags who dealt with the case so that they can check their notes.
Its going to assist if you can get the other party to agree to the errors and send that confirmation at the same time.
let me know if I can help you further