Q: How to file motion of contempt for breach of children custody order?
Children where not returned from visitation. Officer was given court orders and said he could not get my kids, but I can go see about getting them back. Officer was given all information for police report. Children were not with the father and told me to follow him down the road to his parents house where Children are. The grandfather came at me cussing and threatening me and refused to give back my children. I was told to leave and law then showed up to insist I leave because they would have to arrest me for trespassing if I returned. Seven days later and no contact with my children, my father was able to convince other grandfather to bring my children home. The 3th day of children being gone I called the grandmother phone out of desperation and hearing my children in the back ground the grandfather was verbally abusive with my kids hearing every word so I hung up. I have the audio of grandfather threatening to lay me the f out after he had already tried to push me and banged on car.
A: You need to hire a lawyer so you can obtain a court order commanding that the children be returned.
A: You should get a lawyer to represent you on this----your lawyer will be able to proceed in the most efficient manner possible to hopefully obtain the justice you seek.
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