Greetings. Wow…what a mess you used to live in, no? Okay, let’s get you some answers:
Yes. If he does not uphold the order, then you can have him held in contempt. I would make sure that you draft an order, not an agreement, and that you place language that allows visitation to stop if you find out he is doing anything wrong.
The husband can clearly do something. 13 is still a child and the court has full jurisdiction over her, regardless of what she may want.
I am glad that you have realized how strong you are! Thank you.
Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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