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Sorry I wish there was.Your remedy would be to return to court here and have the judge issue limiting orders and deal with the ongoing problems.It is the only way to address this issue.I am sorry he is having to go through all of this.But the judge will deal with this if you file a motion to modify here in the court where the orders were entered.You can seek orders limiting harassment calls and other communication here.Then it is enforceable by contempt.
Instructions/self help to seek modification of the parenting plan on these issues.
I know that modifications of orders can be quite a lengthy process but the harassing phonecalls are happening every weekend. Is there an emergency filing process for the harrassing calls?
No unfortunately not.You have to file and serve her and tell it to the judge.
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