There are a couple of things you can do to ensure you get to exercise your parenting time with your kids:
- If you suspect that the custodial parent may interfere with your parenting time, send the Notice Of Intent To Exercise Visitation letter.
- If your parenting time is denied, ALWAYS send the Denial Of Visitation form letter. Copy your attorney, opposing counsel, and the court clerk on this letter.
- File a police report to further document the denied time. The police may be reluctant to file a report and tell you that it's a 'civil matter'. Insist (politely) that they file a report anyway.
- Use the Parenting Time Tracker to record and track any missed or denied time.
After a few denied visits, file a contempt charge in court against the custodial parent. Use the letters, police reports (if any) and the Parenting Time Tracker to show that you were denied your parenting time.