I am in the military station in another state I have visitation rights , the mother of my child will not agree to send my daughter , even though I have visitation rights .
You may need to have your order modified if it states that you must pick up your daughter at the mother's residence at the beginning of your possession periods. I normally will include long-distance possession terms in an order involving a parent who lives a great distance from the child. That way the custodial parent is ordered to surrender the child at an airport near her home and you are able to enforce your possession terms.
If you already have terms in your order that require mom to put daughter on a plane to see you, and she is still not obeying the order, then you will need to do what the order states you must do (such as buy a ticket, etc.) and try to exercise possession. If the mom fails to comply, then you have the basis for an enforcement suit against her.
While I appreciate the opportunity to weigh in on your question, I am not your attorney. I base my response on the limited facts you provided. A consultation with a family law attorney in which you discuss the situation in more detail is the best way to determine your legal rights and liabilities. I recommend that you consult with an experienced family law attorney in your county to get advice specifically tailored to your circumstances. In Tarrant County, please call to consult with me.
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