My daughters father has not complied with agreements made before and in court. And i don't want her to go with him because he isn't being involved how he should be with her.
If there are court orders in effect regarding the father's placement, and you deny placement, you could be found in contempt of court. If he isn't complying with certain orders of the court, whether financial or otherwise, your remedy is to file your own contempt motion against him. Courts do not like when litigants resort to "self help" remedies. File a motion to enforce the terms of your court orders.
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