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My ex husband ignores the visitation rules in our divorce and

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My ex husband ignores the visitation rules in our divorce and constantly harnesses me via text with abusive language and threats to take me to court over visitation, yet turns down my attempts to offer visitation, or ignores it altogether, then does it all over again in a few monrhs
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Family Law
Expert:  FamilyAnswer replied 2 years ago.
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Good morning. I certainly understand the situation and your concern. The divorce decree is going to control and both parties need to comply with it and the terms and conditions stated within, regarding visitation. If a party fails to comply, then they could be taken back to court and held in contempt, having to go before the Judge to explain their actions and why they are failing to comply. Moreover, your Ex should not be harassing you or using abusive language and if he does, you can address this with the Judge as well. Now, if the Father has visitation, he can not be forced to pick up and see the children but at the same time, can not just decide to take and see them at a different time, then allowed in the decree.
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