Could you retype your question, I believe it got cut out somehow??
If you feel that something is going on that is detrimentally effecting your child, you should petition the court and appeal whatever court order was made. The fact that the parent has failed to follow a court order is enough to get a new day in court. File a notice of contempt against that parent and ask that custody be changed if necessary. The court has broad discretion in making sure that your child is taken care of and not raised to be a thief as this is purely neglect.
With the situation you are facing, I would highly suggest getting counsel to appeal any orders, file for contempt against her, and petition for a new order to be made.
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