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    Default Enforcing Visitation After Interstate Relocation

    My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Nv

    My husband took his ex wife to court, she was trying to move and take their child to a different state withOUT permission from the courts. My husband proved proof the child had family,friends in our town. And the only reason she had for wanting to move out of state was that she was getting married. No because she had a job or anything like that, just simply because she was getting married. Anyways, we have proof that she's an unfit parent (for example: she would drop their child off at a friends and leave for days/weeks and not have any kind of contact with the child) and that their child knew our town. But the judge let her move with the condition that they switched off every other holiday, my hubby got their child every summer, and that they had to meet each other 1/2 way. Well this past summer my hubby called his ex wife to see what her plans were to meeting him in the spot they were to meet and she told him she could not meet him because her car was repoed...is that considered contemp? And what should my husband do? we do NOT have a lawyer

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    Default Re: What Are My Hubby's Rights

    Evidently Mom is NOT legally unfit - your husband needs to let that one go.

    Has your husband turned up to collect the child? Is there any reason he can't simply pick up kiddo from Mom's? Negotiate something?

    He can file for contempt if he wishes, but nothing is likely to happen for a first time. And if Mom has a genuine reason - no transportation, for example - she is not likely to be held in contempt.

    Contempt must be WILLFUL.
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    Default Re: What Are My Hubby's Rights

    My hubby would drive all the way to her but she moves to a different place week to week. Never can keep track were they are living (never gives us her address). His son calls once in awhile and tells his dad they have moved but his mom won't let him give his dad his address.

    And this isn't the first time she's not showed up.

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    Default Re: What Are My Hubby's Rights

    Ok seriously, she moves EVERY WEEK? How does Dad know this? How old is the child?

    I need you to be honest here, stepmom.
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    Default Re: Enforcing Visitation After Interstate Relocation

    His son is 11

    Not every week, but it sure seems like it, every other time my stepson calls they have just moved or are moving. She can't afford rent.

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    Default Re: Enforcing Visitation After Interstate Relocation

    How OFTEN does son call? You said "once in a while". What does that mean?
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    Default Re: Enforcing Visitation After Interstate Relocation

    His son calls about every two weeks.


    when we took her to court she told the judge her soon-to-be-husband made 5,000 a month and they would have able to keep a house. BUT right after she moved her soon-to-be-husband called and told us as soon as she got back to his town she broke up with him, and ever seens she's been moving.

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    Default Re: Enforcing Visitation After Interstate Relocation

    So once a month your stepson is telling Dad that Mom has moved again? Any chance kiddo is exaggerating?
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    Default Re: Enforcing Visitation After Interstate Relocation

    once or twice yes...and no he's not eaggerating. His mother listens while he's talking to me or his dad, and tells him what to say. I've heard her do it.

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    Default Re: Enforcing Visitation After Interstate Relocation

    I cannot for the life of me imagine why Dad hasn't file an ex parte order because of this obvious and - allegedly - consistent instability.

    I strongly suggest your husband does whatever it takes to get an attorney.

    On a personal note, I don't believe for one second Mom is actually moving every month. Someone, somewhere, isn't telling the truth.
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