My ex is breaking the court order for the third time now. She knows what was discussed in court but now refuses to follow it. First time I was in court, she only got a slap on a wrist and was told not to do it again. The second time we were both at fault, so it was dropped and the order was changed. Now that it was changed she is reading into the order how she wants it, regardless of the fact that everything was explained to her in detail. I'm suppose to be seeing my child every Wednesday and every other weekend with her dropping the child off in the beginning of the visit and me bringing the child back. But because she refuses to follow the order, I only get to see my child every other weekend with me doing all the driving. Can this be resolved without going to court?
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