That being said, it is very important that you:
If you do NOT allow the visitation that is in the court order, then the other party can take you back to court on a show cause as why you should not be held in contempt of court for failing to comply with the visitation order. If you are found to have violated the order, it is VERY possible that you will be ordered to give "make up" time to allow for the time that the children were not allowed to be with the parent as per the court order.
hen a judge makes an order about child custody and visitation, it becomes a court order and it has the force of law.
It is very important that you:
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When a judge makes an order about child custody and visitation, it becomes a court order and it has the force of law. You DO NOT have to give any extra parenting time outside of the visitation order entered by the court. Only WRITTEN orders are enforced by the court.
Is there anywhere specific in the law where this is stated? I am hoping to use this as a point with my mediator and also as defense in my custody case.
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Actually, I have a question regarding mediation that is out to expert legalgems, that is unanswered. I think he went off line before answering my follow-up question. Please let me know if you able to look at the question trail and respond?
My other question that was outstanding has been answered. Thank you anyway and I will request you again in the future.
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