What can i do if the mother breaks our visitation schedule that we made and had notarized our selfs?

Asked almost 2 years ago - Springfield, VT

she wrote the schedule and agreed 100 % to this schedule.it was her idea we have a set day and time for me to have them..it was written and notarized at the town clerks with us both present .

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  1. Answered . I suggest that you go to the Family Court in Springfield and speak with the clerk's office and tell them you would like to have a hearing before the court to enforce visitation rights. Ideally, you should retain a family law attorney to review the entire matter and guide you on the appropriate steps to take.

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