*Due to rules of your state bar or mine, nothing herein is intended as legal advice, only intended as general information to better help yourself.
Hi, first, let me tell you I am so sorry for what is happening to you and the children.
She has actively denied visitation since Dec 2011 (3 days before christmas to now), and from 1 June 2010 to 25 April 2011 she cut off all court ordered access claiming the court told her she could. Your best action would have been to file a Motion as soon after she BEGAN to violate the court order. It is generally NOT best to let the children go without seeing the parent for a year or 6 months, before doing it - as it may appear that you did not have big concerns about it. I realize that is likely NOT the case, but just keep in mind what a Judge could believe, based on this fact. So I would consider filing right away if possible, if I were in shoes similar to yours.
I proved she lied about that. She is Working actively to deny court ordered calls and visitation. What legal precident can I cite to show this is wrong, Your local court rules will have a section about filing MOTIONS, so you need to read them for that local court and file one for enforcement of visitation and contempt by her - at the very least. Once can also throw in a request for a change in custody, under the argument that she is unable to facilitate visitation with the other parent. And here is the law that says she can be held in contempt for violating the court order: http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI/LI/CT/HTM/23/00.053.023.000..HTM
and is there a PA code which shows parential alienation is illegal? Yes. See below. Please give the citaitons for both.
Popovice v. Popovice, Court of Common Pleas, Northampton Cty, PA. Aug 11, 1999, No. 1996-C-2009.
Also see this code section: http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI/LI/CT/HTM/23/00.053.028.000..HTM It gives the LIST of factors a court must consider when determining custody. Note that the VERY FIRST factor to consider is
"(1) Which party is more likely to encourage and permit frequent and continuing contact between the child and another party."
AND #8: "The attempts of a parent to turn the child against the other parent, except in cases of domestic violence
where reasonable safety measures are necessary to protect the child from harm."
I wish you the best of luck here. And hope you can take action right away.
Hope this clarifies and I wish you the best. If anything in my answer is unclear, please hit REPLY and let me know which part needs some follow up. Please also know that your expressed satisfaction with my answer is my top priority and my time here today with you, supports my volunteer work for the Disabled in the U.S.