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Hello, my name is Marcus.
You cannot make a complaint you have to either appeal against the decision or apply to vary the order.
An order is only flexible if you both agree to any variations. If he is not prepared to agree to any changes to the order then you would have to apply to the court for a variation. As I say though you would need to give it sufficient time to try it and then be able to say that it just does not work - having tried it.
Really you need a completely defined order to prevent the need to have to agree matters.
It would seem that the court have not done really what they should do.
As I say the only remedy is to apply for a variation - I am afraid.
You are most welcome.
I am sorry I could not provide a more positive reply.