You must seek a court order. If you have a current order and your spouse is refusing to abide by it, you can seek contempt proceedings (which could expose your spouse to fines or even jail), and/or you can seek a modification of custody to give you more time share due to your spouse’s interference with your custody. Orange County judges take parental alienation seriously and if you have a case where your spouse is refusing to let you see the children without justification, you need to act immediately.
We talk about different types of interference. Here are some helpful articles.
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