He takes time away from me makes plans with the kids on a Friday when it is my weekend so than I don't get the kids until Moring of the next day. Than calls then and tells then they need to come home earlier to clean the pool ,clean the house, cus we are going to a concert so you need to come home ealier from your moms we have plans and our house comes first he told me.the kids live here.not with you. Family time.is there motinz that I can put in to stop all this...one more you need to come home ealier cus we are all cookn our fish we caught 2 weekZ ago ..but they did not cook it until Monday night is there any stop n this a motion make a court order ..I only see one kid one the weekend he told them they don't have to go to my house they can go to there friends house on my weekend.also
Good afternoon,I'm sorry to hear of the situation.The remedy is really quite simple. Do not agree to return your children earlier than the end of your visitation period. Tell the other parent, sorry, but your time is important too.And if they refuse to allow you to pick up your children on time each weekend or whenever your visitation time is, just file a Motion for Contempt and Enforcement with the court and ask the court to punish them for refusing to abide by the court order.To learn how to prepare the Motion for Contempt, just go to the local law library.
Ask the law librarian to show you where the books on Pleading and Practice are located. Generally there are many volumes of Pleading and Practice books from which you can pick the proper one for your situation. While the librarian is typically not a lawyer, and cannot practice law, most are quite willing to assist you in locating the chapter in the Pleading and Practice book which you will need.
Once you have found the appropriate pleading, you will note that in addition to the sample pleading which contains all of the necessary structure for your Pleading, there may also be suggestions to make your pleading more persuasive. Prepare your pleading in accordance with the suggested format in the book, inserting the facts of your case as you know them to be. Then all you will need to do is to draft the pleading on your computer, print it out and file the original with the court while serving the other party, or their attorney, with a copy.
Thank you I will go to the library and look that is were I have been going on others.
Good afternoon,I'm glad to learn that I have assist you.I wish you the best with your motion. You seem to have a meritorious position!Would you please rate my service to you highly, so I can be compensated for helping you.Doug
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