Detroit, MI asked in Family Law for Ohio

Q: Hello there. My question I want to ask is, how do I go about making a complaint against a visitation order?

I have a 3 year old daughter and the mother has her. We had a DNA test done and after I found out she was mine, I went to court for visitation and got approved for unsupervised visits 3 times a week. It went well for about 2 maybe 3 months andthen the mother stopped letting me see my daughter and its been almost a year since I've seen her last. I have 2 other daughters and want my 3 year old daughter to get to grow up knowing her sisters and I. The mother moved and along with that, changed her phone number and blocked me on Facebook. So I dont have a clue what her address is and I dont have anyway of getting ahold of her. If anyone could help that would be grately appriciated. Thanks for your time!

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1 Lawyer Answer

Joseph Jaap

Answered
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Licensed in Ohio

A: Are you paying child support? If not, and if you pursue this, you likely will have to start paying. You can file a motion with the court to have the mother held in contempt for not allowing the visitation. But you will have to locate her. If you cannot find her on your own, you can hire a private investigator.

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