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Tag Archives: Violation

CONTEMPT COURT IS NOT A PLACE FOR CUSTODY MODIFICATION

Posted in Custody

In a recent custody case, the Court denied Father contact with his children except for supervised visits while they underwent therapy.  Mother filed a contempt petition asserting that Father violated the custody order when he went to a school concert and videotaped both the Mother and the child while there. The trial court correctly dismissed… Continue Reading

WE KNOW IT’S WRONG BUT IS IT CONTEMPTIBLE

Posted in Divorce

One of the great frustrations to both the law practitioner and the client comes after a court order is secured directing that a thing be done or not done, only to see the opposite occur.  The premise of the American judicial system is that when Court’s speak they do so with finality and it is… Continue Reading