The Judge will probably get a Parent Coordinator involved and the Coordinator will do whats best for the child meaning, they will get all test thats needed for the childs mentall and educational issues and they will set up a visitation schedule that beneficial to the child I guess the question is how old is the child? and there will be a cost of around $2000 that will be split.
Dear never ends:
Greetings. Follow through and file a motion to show cause. That is the best thing I can tell you since I don’t know your judge or county or even what you are looking to accomplish. Do not let a court order go unfollowed. Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
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My husband worked out a parenting agreement with his ex. We went to court before this and got extended visitation among other important things. But she continued to fail as a mother. But were moving and so was his ex and we thought it was the best thing.
She has not followed through with the most important part of the agreement. I had my stepdaughter evaluated last fall by a psychologist and it was found that she had mild learning disabilities. Mother was to have her evaluated for dyslexia and other problems by the end of the school year. She has not and her grades are declining.
How would the judge view this broken parenting agreement?