If he shows up with the police and a court order, the police will read the court order and ask you to give child to dad. You may present them with declarations from the coaches and police officers regarding your child's attendance on the weekends dad has her. Most likely the police will say take it to court and get it worked out there because they can only deal with court orders, but they MIGHT say that to dad and not to you. If your modification for CS (which I am assuming is what you mean by CS dispute) doesn't already ask for a modification of custody/visitation, AND if he hasn't already answered the OSC re: modification, you may be able to amend the OSC to include custody and visitation and get it all handled at the same time -- some courts allow the amendment ... others require a separate filing.
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