The judge ordered a temporary time sharing plan and said the kids were to stay in a certain school . Much has changed since then and the kids are no longer allowed near the house they were staying at a few days a week and I basically have the kids all the time and need to put them in the school I am zoned for because it is not just one morning and two afternoons but 5 days a week and there Dad is not helping take them or pick them up ! The school board says they are going to give to temporary guardianship since I have a pending modification of parenting plan going on ! I am just wondering if I can switch schools even if the judge said but didn't put it in writing for them to stay at certain school before I put in for modification
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The oral pronouncement of the judge is a valid court order. Purposely failing to abide by a court order "could" result in contempt of court. Enforcing a court order that didn't make it into writing may be difficult for obvious reasons. You should seek a modification to be safe.
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Do not disobey the court's order, the consequence could be severe, the better thing is to go in for a modification and explain your situation to the judge. You may also want to get a supportive letter from the school staff. If you do it on your own you risk contempt charges, including possible loss of custody and a fine?
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