Child Custody

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Question: my son and his wife have a court order they have joint custody they are not supposed to have the kids around anybody that they are romantically involved in they broke the court order can they get in trouble

Answer: All parties to a court order should follow the contents of the order. If the parties fail to do this, they may have consequences to face. For example one party may file a motion to have the other party conform and obey the order. For more information on the situation you described, you may decide to seek detailed advice from an attorney. For legal aid options that may be available to your son please visit our website article on legal aid.

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  • my son and his wife have a court order they have joint custody they are not supposed to have the kids around anybody that they are romantically involved in they broke the court order can they get in trouble

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