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tnt64 wrote:Well Bart....I do have evidence I was @ our pickup point the sherrifs office and I have a note from the front desk clerk x2 that i was there to pick my girls up....also I did talk to my girls guite often they have had cell phones I have gotten them we were texting every day ....well up to when there mom has not showed up the last 2 weekends have not got any call backs or text messages.... I have filed with the notes that I was @ meeting point
If at all possible, you should try to use some accepted punctuation, because this is really hard to understand - like is the meeting place at the Sheriff's Office? Bet there is some history there.
So the next step is to send the ex-wife a Registered Letter, Return Receipt Requested, that states the facts of the missed exchange, and asks for remedies, like make-up time.
Rinse and repeat for this next missed exchange.
And you know that the Judge is just going to sternly tell her to stop doing it, not much comes from these kind of contempt motions.
jumbledone wrote:Dude, not a good feeling on this. Are you lawyered up for the contempt hearing?
Indeed... Just remember there is likely a very specific and strategic reason that her lawyer is advising her to violate the lawful order. Generally I would assume that there is something that she is going to charge you with.
"...it could be worse news then the fact you're going through divorce -- it could be as bad as you could continue to stay married to the lying screwing sleezebag" Thoughts?
if she were to accuse me of something like that I don't know what I would do. I work in the medical field / fire department and I care and help people for a living and I do not like abusers in any way,