defaultuser wrote:I can't offer advice on whether this is useful in court, but you can subpoena her bank records to find the airline ticket, then subpoena the airline to get the flight information.
defaultuser wrote:I don't think a judge has to sign off on anything for a subpoena, but I do believe there must be an open legal action. I don't think you can go around issuing subpoena's for any information you want.
You may have to file a motion for contempt first. Again... What is the harm done besides the judge said no?
Trevor wrote:I certainly would not drop it. But whether to pull that trigger now is a strategic question for your atty, along with the other contempt issues you mention that you can prove. You should ask for the majority of the parenting time since she wilfully and contemptuously breaks present orders of this judge.
Trevor wrote:You might start off with asking for supervised parenting time because of her proven and repeated, utter disregard for the judge's rulings.
You can negotiate down from there, but it doesn't seem a stretch to me that supervised will reduce the likelihood that you will have to drag her back again to the overburdened court system for additional contempt charges. I trust as well that you are filing for fees too, right?
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