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morrie Level 51
Answered 1 year ago
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No. If you have shared custody, or an arranged visitation schedule through the courts, the wife is guilty of visitation interference. Contact your attorney. You can take her back to court. If she persists, she could even land up with some jail time. This can be an expensive process, so hopefully, a very well worded letter from your attorney to hers, can stop this now.
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rredrick Level 46 / retired
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Are you divorced or legally separated?
Do you have a court order or legal agreement covering custody of childern?
It is legal if the court or judge has so specified.
If this has already happened for the reason of your question, And you want to know if it is legal for the courts to do this then yes it is legal
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Sparky5458 Level 63 / Retired Golfer
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Only if a judge says so. Get a lawyer.
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