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A person can be held in contempt of court if they refuse to obey a court order, not if they refuse to obey the other parent. You need to review your court order. You haven't mentioned the provisions that are not being obeyed.

The answer depends on factors such as the visitation schedule, whether either has physical custody, whether father is allowed to control the mother's time away, whether vacation time is addressed in the court orders, what factors make it a "joint" custody arrangement, etc. You need to review your particular court orders and /or call your attorney for advice.

A person can be held in contempt of court if they refuse to obey a court order, not if they refuse to obey the other parent. You need to review your court order. You haven't mentioned the provisions that are not being obeyed.

The answer depends on factors such as the visitation schedule, whether either has physical custody, whether father is allowed to control the mother's time away, whether vacation time is addressed in the court orders, what factors make it a "joint" custody arrangement, etc. You need to review your particular court orders and /or call your attorney for advice.

A person can be held in contempt of court if they refuse to obey a court order, not if they refuse to obey the other parent. You need to review your court order. You haven't mentioned the provisions that are not being obeyed.

The answer depends on factors such as the visitation schedule, whether either has physical custody, whether father is allowed to control the mother's time away, whether vacation time is addressed in the court orders, what factors make it a "joint" custody arrangement, etc. You need to review your particular court orders and /or call your attorney for advice.

A person can be held in contempt of court if they refuse to obey a court order, not if they refuse to obey the other parent. You need to review your court order. You haven't mentioned the provisions that are not being obeyed.

The answer depends on factors such as the visitation schedule, whether either has physical custody, whether father is allowed to control the mother's time away, whether vacation time is addressed in the court orders, what factors make it a "joint" custody arrangement, etc. You need to review your particular court orders and /or call your attorney for advice.

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A person can be held in contempt of court if they refuse to obey a court order, not if they refuse to obey the other parent. You need to review your court order. You haven't mentioned the provisions that are not being obeyed.

The answer depends on factors such as the visitation schedule, whether either has physical custody, whether father is allowed to control the mother's time away, whether vacation time is addressed in the court orders, what factors make it a "joint" custody arrangement, etc. You need to review your particular court orders and /or call your attorney for advice.

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Q: Mother shares joint custody but is gone for two weeks on vacation. The father let her know three months before that he will not take the child on her days. Can she be held in contempt of court?
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