I have to assume that, if the order requires the father to be present during the transfers, you would have said so. The father can certainly file for contempt against you, but I'd be surprised if you were found to have been in contempt based on what you've written here. However, you have a court order to follow. The solution is to file a custody petition, seeking explicit language covering this situation. You should consult with an experienced family law attorney in your area.
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Because your child has special needs, I recommend that you file a petition to modify the order so that it addresses specifically who must care for the child. As for contempt, did you in fact leave the child with that other adult or did you refuse to leave the child there?Ask a similar question
I agree with the other attorneys, i would add that ot may be helpful to communicate with thw childs other parent only by text (to keep a record) and wait a reasonable amount of tine.
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