Your husband can file a Motion for Enforcement and ask the court to hold his ex-girlfriend in contempt for each instance that he was denied visitation or has to pick up his daughter at a location not specified in the order because she would not meet him at the designated place. Contempt can be punishable by a fine up to $500 and up to 180 days in jail for each occurrence so the "punishment" for violating the order can be severe. The ex-girlfriend could also be ordered to pay your husband's attorney fees. Also, your husband could request that he be awarded additional visitation time to make up for any visitation that he missed because of her actions. Your husband may want to consider filing a Motion to Modify asking the court to modify custody or possession and access depending on the circumstances of the case.
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