What happens if a parent violates a custody order?


If a parent violates a custody order, the other parent can file a motion (Order to Show Cause and Affidavit for Contempt (“OSC”)) for contempt or enforcement with the court. Consequences for the violating parent may include fines, incarceration, modification of custody arrangements, and/or supervised visitation.

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