The father and I went to court and both of us have joint custody. My child lives with him. I'm suppose to get him 3 Fridays out of a month. The father and his wife are denying me of that.
If there is a written order and he is violating it, you can hire an attorney and file a motion for enforcement (contempt) against him.
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If the father is interfering with your possession and access of the child at the times to which you are entitled based on the court order, then he is not complying with the court order. Non-compliance of a court order could be grounds for him to be found in contempt. Be sure to document those dates/instances when he has denied you. (Keeping record is very important in situations like this.) Retain a family law attorney to petition the court to enforce the order. Good luck to you!
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