I have a court order stating I get my daughter every other weekend and every other Tuesday dated Mar 3 I haven't had her at all I filed a motion for contempt and I wad denied who enforces a court order
The court enforces placement orders. An order to show cause for contempt would be the correct action if the other party is willfully disobeying that order. I am not sure why you were denied. The forms available online from the wicourts website should be sufficient to get you a hearing if you follow the instructions and local court rules for your county. You may need the assistance of an attorney for this.
The court enforces the order; when a person is denied placement they have two remedies to chose from; 1. File a traditional contempt motion or 2. File a motion to enforce physical placement; it is difficult to know why your particular motion was denied; did you fail to personally serve the contempt papers on her in a timely fashion? Did she have a legitimate explainable reason why she wouldn't let you have placement? For the court to make a finding of contempt, the court has to determine that she was aware of the court orders and intentionally and deliberately failed to follow the court orders; if your case was before the family court commissioner, you have the right to file a de novo motion for review to the trial judge; the time line for filing the review hearing is governed by local court rule so check time line on the Internet or on Monday with the family court clerk in your county, on how many days you have to appeal the decision.
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