In my husbands court order, if either party move over 100 miles away, they have to meet half way to exchange the kids. However, she is insisting that she does not have to PROVE her residency to us or the court. That we are suppose to believe her word on where she moved to. Therefore, we are not going to meet her half way to pick the kids up until she proves to us and the court that she has moved over 100 miles away. In this case, who is contempt? Or does she still have to bring the kids to us until she proves her residency to us and the court?
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Miss. Chancery Court Rule 8.06 requires each party to file notice with the court within five days of moving the following: full address including state, city, street; house number; and telephone number if available. Failure to comply is cause for contempt of court.