Visitation Question


#1

Our custody order provides for regularly scheduled visits on a particular week. If both parents agree, through email, to change the date of one of the visits, and the custodial parent then does not follow through, could this be a contempt issue? Even though the scheduled visit has been changed from the date stated in the custody order?


#2

If you both agree to the change you may do so. The court does not police its Orders and Contempt is only an issue when one party is in violation of the Order against the other party’s wishes.