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If the mother is intentionally violating the custodial order, then your recourse here is to file a motion for contempt of court in the the court where the order was initially entered. This will force the mother to appear in front of the judge who signed off on the order and explain why she is willfully violating the judges's orders. The judge can sanction her with penalties from a verbal reprimand, to modifying the order to give you more time, to up to 6 months in jail for repeated violations. (although jail isn't likely)