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We were divorced in Deschutes County Oregon, in 2011. The court ordered parenting plan states we are to share equally, 50/50 parenting time and custody. My ex husband has violated the agreement for the past 2 years. He currently has physical custody of my two young daughters (ages 5 and 6) and he has moved the children, but I don't know where to. He didn't notify the courts, or motion the judge for a modification, I believe he is in contempt of court. Is this true? I don't know if I should file a motion to enforce parenting time, or if I need to file a custody modification to gain full 100% custody of my children due to change in circumstance (being his health). He is terminally ill with stage 4 brain cancer and was given 3 months to live. Do I need a court hearing to get 100% custody?
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