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well i filled out paper work for an Order to show cause re Contempt (ORTSC) and an Motion/Declaration for an order to show cause re contempt, i took it to the judge with the Granting sanctions OTHER area filled out, the judge signed the order to show cause re contempt, and asked me what day i would like so does that mean my request was granted?
well yes i picked a date and know i need to serve the other party an all but my question is that i had asked under that section that all visits be suspended until the matter can be cleared up in court so again was it granted or not? i filed yesterday but there is a visit scheduled for tomorrow and a holiday visit on the 4th so am i still required to take my child to the visits? even tho there are problems and i asked for them to be suspended until they can be cleared up, i mean i don't even have proof of valid insurance for transportation so i'm still unclear?
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