I am the residential parent, and the mother lives out of state. I have warned her that she can't say certain things to the children, for example telling kids they are going back with her, it is court ordered they are with us, and we don't want them talking to her boyfriend who has stalking, drug, domestic violence charges. She won't listen and we have told her repeatedly we will limit communication with her. She has 3 phone calls a week court ordered.
My question is, since we have stated multiple times to her we will limit communication if she can't comply with us, and she hasn't, what could happen in court with this situation? Could this be contempt since I warned her about losing phone calls?
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