My question involves a child custody case from the State of: California
In my recent court hearing regarding custody/visitation I got an increase in time with my child. However, the ex engaged in all manner of mudslinging, the net result of which is that the mediator's report included a requirement that we both undergo a Substance Abuse Assessment. The mediator's report was adopted as-is by the judge.
There is, however, no timeline specified for completing the assessment. While I am perfectly willing to do it, I strongly suspect that the ex will not do so, given her past behavior and the fact that she actually is an alcoholic.
How do I go about enforcing the assessment should she not take it soon, particularly since there was no deadline attached to it and none of the custody/visitation/support decisions are contingent upon the result?
Should I even bother to do it myself?