I wanted my kids and he was making excuses for his new girlfriend kids to want them to be there with her kids and he has been claiming them on his taxes when court order says I am supposed to claim them
You will need to bring it to the court's attention. You should document his failure to comply the best you can. He can be held in contempt if he fails to comply. I suggest you hire your own attorney for specific guidance. I wish you the best.
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An action in contempt is necessary to have the Court enforce your custody order. If you hire an attorney he/she may be able to demand compliance without a Court action. However, if the Father refuses to comply, you will have no choice but to file a Court action.
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