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Consequences for not obeying visitation court order?

1 Answers. Asked on Dec 28th, 2012 on Family Law - California
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the mother did not let us bring my step son because he had an appt scheduled in our visitation period
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Answered on Dec 31st, 2012 at 9:45 AM

If your court ordered visitation schedule is clear this sort of behavior may be a contempt of court.  If this is a regular occurrence you should go to mediation and work out a new order to avoid it.  Did you offer to take him to his appointment? Peace between parents gets the best results.

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