I won sole custody through a CPS case. Its a suggestion of 2 hours a month with supervised visits. Do I have to give them to the father or will I get in trouble? How can i avoid complying with that?
The short answer is yes, you have to comply with the court order. However, you usually don't' have to do all the work to make it happen. If you do your part, whatever it is that the order said YOU would do to make it happen, then if he doesn't follow through and make it happen, then it's not on you. But it depends on how the court order was written. Just because a case is closed doesn't mean the orders are not valid.
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