A child was abused by Parent A and a no contact order was put in place following domestic violence and neglect charges. The child now resides with only Parent B
The no contact order was made for five years.
Parent A, only a year into the no contact order, swears that they went to court and the no contact order was dropped.
But parent B was never notified that it had happened, or that there was even a court date to determine whether it should be kept in place.
Is this possible?
It is highly unlikely, that party is telling the truth. But you can check court records online to see if they are being honest.
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