I am sorry you are going through this, but you should go back to court on another contempt, and ask that the court adopt the recommendations of the GAL , assuming they are in your favor. You can include a request that Mother keep you informed of her address and phone number at all times, so that you know where your daughter is. Also check your legal/physical custody status, Mother may not be able to move without your permission. Best of Luck to you.
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Unfortunately, proceeding prose may cost you the goal. It is very hard to know what to do and when to do it. So, even though the facts are in your favor, you don't succeed in court. My suggestion is to hire an attorney local. If you are back at school and with limit resources, you should contact the Wisconsin State Bar modiest means program. They my be able to point you to affordable attorneys in your area. I do suggest you at least look into that.
You should contact a local family law attorney immediately. If you have an existing order and she is disregarding it, you should file for contempt. If you wish to modify you may also do so. If the visitation order is less than 2 years old there is a heightened standard for modification, but it may still be worth a try. Retaining an attorney will help you flush out the facts and put forth your best case. Good luck.
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