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    I am the father of two children in Texas. My son has a birthday tomorrow and I want to take him out for dinner. His mother has told me that they already have plans and I can have him after their plans are finished. According to the divorce decree I have them on their Birthday from 6pm to 8pm. I informed her of this as well and told her that I would be there to pick my son up at 6. Her reply was, "you can come but no one will be there".

    What recourse do I have in this situation?

    Can someone Help?

    thanks,

    Craig

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    Originally posted by Want2Cmykids
    I am the father of two children in Texas. My son has a birthday tomorrow and I want to take him out for dinner. His mother has told me that they already have plans and I can have him after their plans are finished. According to the divorce decree I have them on their Birthday from 6pm to 8pm. I informed her of this as well and told her that I would be there to pick my son up at 6. Her reply was, "you can come but no one will be there".

    What recourse do I have in this situation?

    Can someone Help?

    thanks,

    Craig
    Take a copy of the court order, show up at 5:30, if no one is there, wait until 6:00, then call the police so that it will be documented that you attempted a scheduled visit. It would be a waste of time to file contempt over one incident, but if it is part of an on going problem, you may want to file for contempt.

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