I am allowed by the current court order to maintain communication with my daughter through her cell phone. Most of that is through text. I have a program that allows me to save and print a .pdf file of our conversations. I intend to submit this text transcripts as evidence. My daughter is 15 and an intelligent child. The conversations are important in several different ways for what they reveal about her home life and her love for me. Is there any reason this would not be allowed to be submitted as evidence? SHould I attach an affidavit to it, stating that I assert that this is a true and untampered text conversation?
Also this…Court Order gave me Spring break as visitation. She took the kids out of town on Spring Break. I filed a Contempt of Court, the complaint was heard, I was denied by the judge. He called it unenforceable due to “semantics.” I did not appeal because I intended to use the “semantics” ruling to highlight the order’s inability to be enforced and to highlight how she has become the custodian of the Order as well as the kids. I know there is case law on this point. Question: Can I reference the Spring Break incident in the another Motion other than a Contempt Motion?