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I'm seriously stuck guys Julianne! 2 kids; WJ, UT, United States 611 posts
Feb 9th '17

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*R [E]N%A/Y ¥ 2 kids; Kansas city, MO, United States 4704 posts
Feb 10th '17

Hire a lawyer and take her back to court for contempt of court keep a record of specific dates and calls.  You can at least get custody changed to the majority with you and two days at moms instead.  

fluffyruffruff 5 kids; United States 4727 posts
Feb 10th '17

If shes breaking the agreement, have your husband take her back to court to readjust.

Royal_Lux United States 2661 posts
Feb 10th '17

Quoting fluffyruffruff:
If shes breaking the agreement, have your husband take her back to court to readjust.


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Consuela* United States 5029 posts
Feb 10th '17

If you have evidence of them breaking the agreement, not just your word against hers, then take them back to court.

Going for full custody would probably be pointless, most judges wont grant full custody unless the other parent is physically abusive or a proven drug addict or something.


I'm sorry they are being so shitty. My ex is a PITA and a horrible alcoholic, but this makes me thankful that he is okay with my husband (now, he wasn't at first when he thought I should still be with him) and doesn't make a big deal about DH picking up DS without me.

NinjaSquirrel United States 8146 posts
Feb 10th '17

Is she an unfit mother? If not, going for full custody seems petty as the things you outlined are petty. 

Consuela* United States 5029 posts
Feb 10th '17

Quoting NinjaSquirrel :
Is she an unfit mother? If not, going for full custody seems petty as the things you outlined are petty. 


Yup.
It would be a waste of money and OPs DH could get sued for court costs.

NinjaSquirrel United States 8146 posts
Feb 10th '17

Quoting ✩ ℒioȵεsȿ:

Yep. Any time she refuses to hand the girl over, call the police and have them act as a buffer. Be sure to have custody agreement in hand. 


I'm not sure the police can do anything BUT they can document the incident, OP can use it in court when she files for contempt. 

fluffyruffruff 5 kids; United States 4727 posts
Feb 10th '17

Quoting NinjaSquirrel :

I'm not sure the police can do anything BUT they can document the incident, OP can use it in court when she files for contempt. 


If you have your court order(s) with you, the police have to defend it. Court order become "law."

Consuela* United States 5029 posts
Feb 10th '17

Quoting ✩ ℒioȵεsȿ:

Not in California, at least. It's considered a civil matter and all they can do is help mitigate the problem but they can't like remove a child from a home or force the other parent to hand them over, either. 



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My state as well. It's a civil matter, however you still want to call the police so it can be on record everytime they refuse so when you go to court you have that record.

NinjaSquirrel United States 8146 posts
Feb 10th '17

Quoting fluffyruffruff:

If you have your court order(s) with you, the police have to defend it. Court order become "law."


Not in Georgia. 

NinjaSquirrel United States 8146 posts
Feb 10th '17

Quoting ✩ ℒioȵεsȿ:

Not in California, at least. It's considered a civil matter and all they can do is help mitigate the problem but they can't like remove a child from a home or force the other parent to hand them over, either. 


Exactly. Been there, tried that LOL

NinjaSquirrel United States 8146 posts
Feb 10th '17

Not only that but would you want to put the child through that? Try to keep the child out of it and handle it through the system.