Sounds like you are handling this correctly.
Next time out, think about retaining an attorney. You would have a good chance for the Court ordering reimbursement of your attorney fees and costs.
In this situation, your actions seem quite appropriate. If the current time-sharing plan is no longer convenient for him, it is in your daughter's best interests to modify it so that there is not this uncertainty of what will happen on Monday.
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As previously mentioned, contempt is appropriate. However, it appears that you case is ripe for a modification of the time-sharing, especially since the father's move. You should consult with a family attorney in your area as to all your options at this juncture. Good luck!
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I think that you are heading in the right direction. He has to comply with the Final Judgment. If you lay out to the judge that he is not doing that which is written then you should be in good shape. Good luck!
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This is not a police matter, you have to file the motion for contempt then go back to court and change the schedule.
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