Alienating behavior such as interference with parent time without the consent of the other parent for extracurricular activities, assisting children who do not want to go on visits, not obeying special master order, and other reasons, can lead to contempt.

Thomas v. Thomas, 2021 UT App 8 (Filed January 22, 2021) Jeremy and Jody Tasker Thomas were divorced in 2013. The parties have two children: Son and Daughter. The divorce decree provided that during the school year, Jeremy would have Read More …