When two parents divorce, the complications of sharing custody of one or more children can prove very difficult to navigate. Even for parents who want to work together to create a good life for their children, the frustrations of sharing parenting time with a person with whom they no longer want to share a life is never easy to manage.
In most cases, even well-planned custody and parenting agreements get off to a bumpy start. This is normal for families. However, if the actions of either parent violate the rights of the other parent, courts may take action to keep the matter civil and fair.