Unfortunately, these kinds of accusations happen a lot in custody disputes. If there is no merit to the claims, then understand your ex might be a high-conflict personality. It will be up to you to rise above the conflict and put your child's needs first. Read any of Bill Eddy's books (http://www.highconflictinstitute.com/) and follow his advice. Document, document, document. Keep your communications written; that way, if your ex is violating orders, you can prove he is violating them.Ask a similar question
As suggested, Document everything.
If it is a custody / visitation issue, report the violations [be reasonable 15 min - 1/2 hour late is not beyonfd all reasonableness].
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Consider moving forward with a Final Hearing, it's possible that the current status of your case- between the Temporary Orders and Final Orders- is creating additional friction that may not exist once both parents have Final Orders in place. There's no guarantee that the allegations will stop once you have Final Orders but the circumstances might improve once the orders are no longer considered "temporary". Lastly, contact an attorney to discuss the specific allegations involved in your case and for more specific advice on how to rebut those allegations. It is important to have an advocate taking a close look at the allegations and working directly with you. Feel free to contact my office.
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