the mom never came to court even when I filed the temp parenting plan I haven't seen my son since I filed the motion and she changed her number as well as she isn't going to be at the contempt hearing
That answer will depend upon the judge.
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If you can prove that you properly served her, she will be held in contempt of court and possibly a bench warrant will be issued for her arrest.
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If the mom no shows at the contempt hearing it's likely the court will find her in contempt and grant the relief you have requested. See my AVVO Legal Guides about contempt and custody hearings for a possible explanation of the legal issues raised by your question. To find my Legal Guides, go to my AVVO home page by clicking on my photo; scroll down to "Contributions" and then click "Legal Guides." You will get a list of the 29 Legal Guides I have published on AVVO. Scroll down this list and select the topics that are relevant to your question.
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If this is in the RJC in Kent, then a prediction of your eventual result depends on the facts dating back to when your son was born, who the commissioner is that day, and what relief is ordered. Often, the first hearing results in "nothing exciting" as the person will ask for a continuance and the matter will be re-set 14 days further out. However, if you are successful (the court holds the mother in contempt), then you will want to ask for make-up time and purging conditions, such that the mom remains in contempt unless she does a, b, and c... (for example).