My ex was recently given an prefer to keep my son away from her new bf. Court ordered. She has since violated this order twice within the first two weeks. Her new BF is a two time felon, and may not have any clue because she’s a narcissist. Feels she can do whatever she wants.
Is he also in danger of legal problems because of her dumb decision?
It is unclear if you are referring to a custody order o a PFA. Either way, if you believe there has been a violation of an Oder, you can file a petition for contempt with the judge who issued the order.
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