My question involves a child custody case from the State of: Alabama
My children's new stepfather has blatantly violated the visitation agreement and has cost me time with my children. I plan to take legal action, as I want to go after him legally. However, I am not sure if that is an option. Could he be legally charged with obstruction of visitation, or would that charge fall to my ex-wife for allowing her new husband to interfere like this? Don't get me wrong, I would be perfectly fine with her being penalized. However, I feel like he should be prosecuted as well since he cost me valuable time with my children. He has taken over and seems to believe that he is the biological father. He does NOT get that stepparents do not have the same type of legal rights that biological parents do. However, one way or the other, he soon will understand either by my ex wife being punished or him being punished, or both.