Greetings. No, I do not agree that it is OK for your ex to repeatedly be late or tardy for visitation and not to follow the court order. I recommend that you file a Motion to Show Cause each after each 4th violation of the order, stating all four of the violations. You should file one now stating all the prior violations. This will put the judge on notice that he is not following the court order and that he cares so little for the visitation that he is continuously late. This is important information for the judge to know.
Now, on the “girlfriend in the car” I think that you do not have any grounds to do anything about this.
Finally, there is a line between annoying the judge and having legitimate concerns which a judge needs to address. Your attorney will be a good judge of what that line is. Make sure that you have retained an attorney that has sufficient time to hear about your situation and help you. Best of luck.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
4101 Lake Boone Trail, Suite 500
Raleigh, North Carolina 27607
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