I am a father who is going through a pretty nasty divorce where the other parent doesn't want to share, co parent, or mediate custody. I recently brought fourth a contempt case against her for taking the child out of the state and missing my visitations. I won and she was convicted on 8 counts of contempt for the 8 missed visits but not convicted on the ATROS and placed on probation. I have been trying to wrap my head around this, what does this mean, how bad is it for her, is this a game changer, criminally what just happened, how bad is this for her because she has temporary custody will I be given custody now?
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