Isn't this contempt?


#1

He is not in court until he actually violates the order. However, if you have proof he intends to violate the order, you can ask the court for an order preventing him from leaving the country.

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#2

Order states that WITHOUT CONSENT the parent wishing to take child outside of U.S. jurisdiction must notify the other parent 30 days in advance. I have inadvertantly found out my ex intends to remove my child from U.S. jurisdiction June 8 and had no plans whatsoever to notify me! He is NOW claiming that this trip is in the “best interest of the child” and if I do not consent to this trip, will present his side along with MY SON in “whatever forum is appropriate”. In other words, he’ll take ME to Court over his own violation of the Order! I do believe HE is in Contempt of Court! Am I not right?