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if my kids father is not following the court order of visitation and I don't know where he is and his parole officer wont give out his info what do I do ? and he has kept my kids from me goin on 3 months . im the custodial parent and hes behind on child support


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You can schedule a visit with the parole officer. Take a copy of the courts custody order with you. Violation of the custody order may be a parole violation. The parole officer will contact the father. If a violation he faces being taken back into custody.


If the above doesn't help, You will need to file a motion for contempt of Court with the court that granted the divorce decree. Your motion should include both the child support and visitation issue, At the same time you should subpoena the address records from the parole officer.


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On the motion use the last known address for the father.

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