He has physical custody I have standard wayne county visitation he refuses to hand over my children I've had o parenting time I only see them when I go to his house it's been over a year
When a person violated a court order, that is contempt a court. A complaint needs to be filed by you for the violations of the court order. The complaint is filed where the court case order is out of. In this case, the Wayne County Friend of the Court. You will have to show that you have attempted to exercise your parenting time according to the order, and the father has refused to follow the order without legal excuse or justification.
It would be advisable to seek legal counsel to assist you.
Hire an experienced family law attorney quickly. Time is working against you.
The opinion that I express should not be considered to be legal advice that can be relied on. It is based only on the limited amount of information provided rather than doing a thorough review of all of the important information that is required to give accurate legal advice. You should consult with an attorney that has extensive background in the area of the law that your are inquiring about.
Its unclear why you ended up with visitation and he got custody. Did you ever have an attorney? If not, that might be part of it. At this point, if you want to have the best chance possible it's time to lawyer up.
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