A problem ... need advice


#1

Yes, he should call the sherriff, produce a copy of his separation agreement, and the sherriff will execute the order for him.


#2

Dear cmc1209:

Greetings. If they have a court order, he needs to continue to document her violations and file a Motion and Order to Show Cause for each one. The judge will enforce the order and possible change custody because of it. Thank you.

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Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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#3

I have a friend is having some problem with his visitation agreement with his ex-wife.

He is currently under a temporary order that was entered into 2 years ago. They went to mediation after their divorce, but his ex was unwilling to comply with the orignal agreement. he took her to court and entered into a temporary order that would allow him to see his daughter every other weekend from sat 7pm until sun 7pm. However, in the 2 years his ex has still denied him visitation and when he does see her, she only lets him see her from sun 10am sun 7pm (basically 18hours a month!

recently they came to an agreement that they have signed and are awaiting a judges signiture … but when he called to ask for his daughter his wife said no, and would not allow him to see her.

he has in the past filed motions for contempt but nothing has changed. his ex continues to violate the orders and he is at the end of his rope. do you have any advice on what he should do?