If you or the other parent of your child fail to follow a visitation schedule (parenting time), either parent may ask the court to enforce parenting time. This means that the court will work to make sure both parents follow the terms of the visitation agreement (parenting plan).
The decision to enforce parenting time can be based on a parent's failure to show up on-time for their scheduled visits. It can also be based on evidence of one parent preventing the other from seeing the child during their scheduled visit.
Actions taken by the court to enforce parenting time may include: