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The parent who feels the visitation schedule has been compromised should always petition the court, preferably with the help of a family law attorney, to have the visitation schedule enforced as it stands or petition the court to make changes to the parenting plan to better address their needs.
This is very frustrating and confusing for the children.
Judges are quite familiar with the damage this behavior can cause and are extremely intolerant when this behavior occurs.
Family law is a relatively broad legal practice area that covers marriage, divorce, child custody, adoption, and other matters.
Abortion laws, which vary quite a bit from state to state, also are included in family law.
For instance, a victim of domestic violence may seek a protective order and perhaps a modification of child custody.