He should file a motion for contempt and starting documenting all of the other parent’s lack of cooperation and ability to follow the parenting plan with the court. Also, he may want to file a petition to modify the time-sharing agreement. He should look at hiring a local attorney to assist him with his situation.
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If your brother has split custody there should be orders that can be enforced. Contact skilled counsel in your area much like my fellow counsel who answered this question before me.
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Your brother should carefully read with, and take the order which gives him split custody to, a lawyer of his choosing to review it in detail to determine if it can be enforced in court against his ex and/or if it needs to be modified in some way to clarify his rights. Ask him to keep a written diary or log of when he goes to pick up the child and is denied. Ask him to purchase an item in a store around the place where he is to meet the mother to pick up the child and to keep the receipt showing the date and time for further evidence to the Court of non-compliance.
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