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I see. Thank you for the additional information, Bryan.If you have an e-mail or other evidence from your ex evidencing her intent not to comply with the court's order of visitation, you could typically file a motion for contempt with the court that granted the visitation, seeking that she be held in contempt if she does not comply with the order. This is the usual method for compelling compliance with such order.If you wish to avoid litigation, it is often enough to retain an attorney for the limited purpose of communicating a demand to the violating parent since they usually wish to avoid the possibility of being held in contempt of court and jailed.
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