It depends on the entire history of this case as well as the judge. I do encourage you to move forward as you have some good facts to support your position. Proving your facts is very important. You should be filing a police report every time she interferes. Very often you need to stay on top of family courts in order for them to do their job. File for a temporary transfer of custody.
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Every judge has a different tipping point, but they generally do not like to have their orders ignored. Whether you can have the mother charged with contempt is really up to the charge. As suggested by Ms. Navarette, I would continue pressing this matter with the judge, not only regarding your visits but the missed psych evals and parenting classes.
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You should file a Notice of Motion to Enforce Litigant's Rights. If she is violation of the prior Order, the Court will enforce the prior Order and possibly order sanctions and/or other penalties for interference with parenting time and violation of the Order. See the attached article for additional information pertaining to parent alienation to determine if this is also something to bring to the attention of the Court. http://www.weinbergerlawgroup.com/children-parenting/child-custody/parental-alienation.aspx
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