Can you charge someone contempt for each seperate denial of visitation? For example, an ex states that she wants makeup time for some already time specified in the parenting plan for you. She is interpretating the scheduled time in another way. If she denies the father one of the mid-week visits and then a week later denies a weekend visit, can this be considered 2 contempts? Will the courts bundle them up or what? should i file them independently to ensure they are seen independent or together and ask the court to hand down 2 contempt charges?
Also, the ex has violated other areas of the parenting plan. Is there a time limit on when the occured? For example, 2 - 1 years ago or even 6 months ago? They are not as serious as denying visitation but, definately not following the plan. Can I gather several violations and file them as contempt also? There was one denial of visitation 2 years ago (i did file a police report), not contacting me for joint decision of education, using the child to get information, scheduling events during my time and asking for the child, telling the child to call me by my first name instead of dad, not providing complete sport schedules, and so on