There are the two parents of a child that were never married. Three years after they split the mother tried to move home (to another state) and court processes have been started. There is a temp agreement between the two for visitation while this is still in court. One of the points in the agreement is that neither parent will harass, intimidate or make the other fearful for their safety. One of the parents is now scared of the other one because of harassment and intimidation, does this break the temp agreement and make it null and void?
1 Answer from Attorneys
If it is not a court order it is not going to b e very enforceable. it is impossible to say for certain without seeing the document.