You need to either file for enforcement or modification of the parenting plan, depending on what it says and get a plan that puts in an appropriate resolution. I can think of several possibilities. This sounds like one of those case where you will most likely need an attorney. Certainly you should at least consult with one to review your current paperwork and go over all the facts with you so you can discuss your options.
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