Our parenting agreement has been violated by my exhusband as well as he encouraged our daughter to lie to me about the infraction...I have plenty of proof of this as well as during her visit he has Airbnb the house out for a month and many times is gone while she is there. Am I correct in pursuing a indirect civil contempt and a modification of the agreement as a result of the violation. A police report for the custodial interference has been filed and police felt the renting of the house was a bad idea. Thanks for any thoughts
Impossible to answer your question as you have stated no specifics as to what the court order provides nor have you stated how you believe the court order was not followed. As for him being gone when he has parenting time, that may or may not matter based upon daughter's age. Don't know enough about renting out part of house to be able to comment on it. You need to arrange to see a layer who can review the facts and the court orders and then advise you.
you have not said what is the violation nor the infraction.
you have not quoted the relevant section from your parenting agreement order. without reading this, it is impossible to say if he has violated that section or not.
it does not matter what the police feel.
my thoughts are that you should take your parenting order and your proof to some local attorneys for real advice.
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