What should I do if non custodial parent says they won't follow order?
1 attorney answer
If the court order specifies a specific place to meet then you are only under an obligation to meet at that location and so is he.
This is not possible in every situation, but flexibility may be an option if it is more convenient for either of you to agree to a separate location, but ultimately the court order controls despite any side informal agreements.
If he fails to follow the court order or withholds placement, you can always file a motion to enforce placement or a contempt motion against him.
This statement is not to be construed as legal advice. Nor does this statement create an attorney-client relationship. This is a general statement based upon the limited facts provided. A different answer may be reached by an attorney hired by the individual who has all the facts before them. Any question answered is under the purview of Wisconsin law. If the answer is to an out-of-state question, note the divorce laws of each state differ. Contact an attorney for your state of residence.
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