certainly. all he needs to do is go back to the court that issued the custody order and file a contempt motion and state the reasons he feels she is in contempt. also, keep in mind that TX law only permits the recording of conversations among those who are parties to the conversation - for instance if she is talking to him then she does not have to disclose it is being recorded. however, if she is not disclosing each and every time and getting his permission to record the conversation between him and his sons, then she is breaking the law. therefore, at the contempt hearing he can also bring this matter of recording his conversations with his son - he should have documentation of the allegations - time, dates, etc
if he goes to the clerk of the court, he can request a form to file contempt proceedings. or he can consult with a local attorney to assist him
but if he is not talking to her, she cannot even ask his permission to record. it has to be consent of at least one party to the conversation.
that is why the contempt motion can help him. once that is filed, he can explain that he does not get private phone time in between visits - a violation of the order. and that she is recording the conversations - a violation of TX law because she is not a party to the conversation between your fiance and his sons
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