If I took my grandsons other grandmother to court for grandparents visitation and a mutual agreement was made infront of a judge, is it contempt if the other party refuses to let me see the child?

Asked on December 12, 2012 under Family Law, New Hampshire

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Answered 7 years ago | Contributor

So long as there is an agreement as to visitation with respect to your grandchildren on the record a party who refuses to abide by it can be held in contempt of the agreement. You will need to memorialize the agreement into a written order. I suggest that you consult with a family law attorney for help.


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