He just got custody a yr ago because he stopped seeing her when she was 2. Is it ok that's she is sleeping on a couch? Also she needs her medicine everyday it can be life threatening if she doesn't take it.
If you believe his behavior is in violation of what the order says, then you can file a petition for contempt to try to enforce the order. If the order needs additional language to address the sleeping situation and administration of prescription medication, then you should file a petition to modify the order.
The above answer is intended solely for general informational purposes and does not create an attorney client relationship. You should consult with an experienced attorney regarding all of the details of your particular situation before taking action.
Review your Order of Custody. If it does not address the sleeping arrangement or the medications, file a Petition to Modify and seek a better custodial arrangement and Order. If the Order of Custody does address those issues, the file a Petition for Contempt for his willful violation of a court Order. Understand, of course, that you will be required to prove whatever you claim is/is not being done properly.
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