Hello again, Matt, and thank you for clarifying that for me.
Violating a court order typically exposes a parent to a risk of being held in contempt of court and even jailed by the court until they adhere to the terms of the order. Often a violating parent will begin to comply once they receive a communication from an attorney informing them of this and threatening
them with legal action if they continue to violate the court's order. So you could retain an attorney for the limited purpose of communicating such a demand to see whether that is effective in motivating the mother to comply.
If not, then a motion for contempt may be filed with the court requesting that the court hold the parent in contempt or jail her due to her violations. It is good to maintain a journal of the violations so you can attest to the times she has refused court-ordered visitation.
You could file the motion yourself and set a hearing without an attorney, although it is usually recommended that an experienced attorney be retained. Here is a link to a site I located which provides a form for filing the motion:
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