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Dear kristimfry - I would not advise that you violate a court order for custody since you could be put in jail or fined for such an action. The proper procedure would be to file a motion with the court for a change of custody.
David Kennett - JD - Attorney at Law
I am really sorry to hear of all these problems but I have no way of knowing the history of this case or how various court orders were obtained. If there is a current court order in place you cannot violate it regardless of how it was obtained. If you want to try to get a restraining order that is fine however a change of custody would be more appropriate in this situation. Due to the complexity of all of this I really believe you will need the assistance of an attorney.