Q: What do if I do if my children's father will not answer my calls to see the children when it's court ordered?
I have 50/50 legal joint with the father as well as 3 weekends a month and he has primary residencial. He is not answering my calls or texts so I can make arrangements to pick up the children. This is court ordered. What can I do?
A: The court orderr should state when access occurs and where pick up is so you should not have to make arrangements. You should show up at the right time and place. If it does not, you are still supposed to have your access. If the father is not allowing it, you can file contempt with the court to enforce the court order. A judge will make it clear that the access is not optional.
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