The court can be petitioned to enforce visitation. Hopefully, you have good records of appearing on the ordered date, time, and location to exercise visitation.
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First, obtain a certified copy of the Final Order. Second, request the period of visitation in writing, consistent with the Final Order you have. If you are denied visitation at that point you have a few options. One option involves contacting the authorities, which may or may not be desirable. There is no way for an attorney to advise whether contacting the authorities is appropriate based upon the minimal facts presented. Another option is to move forward with an Enforcement action, to enforce the terms of the already existing Final Order. Enforcement issues can be difficult to handle without the guidance of an attorney but there is no requirement that you do have an attorney. Consider meeting with an attorney in your area and reviewing the current order so you can receive more specific advice.
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