Failure to reimburse expenses, violation of the vacation provision by taking more consecutive weeks than allowed, taking a second vacation after already violating with the first one, failure to inform me with plans when taking the children out of state, failure to make any attempts to mediate on her own, failure to mediate my attempts and frustrating the mediation process by saying she won't mediate disputes but will only mediate that I pay more child support, making unilateral decisions in violation of the joint decision making... There are more but I'm running out of room. The commissioner lectured her on each point, said she was acting in bad faith and was being difficult just to be difficult. The commissioner did not rule contempt in the end. What good is an order??
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