There are times when one party does not follow the orders set forth by the court in a divorce or custody action. The remedy for this is for the other party to file a motion for contempt. Under Ohio Revised Code Section 3109.051(K), the court can find that parent in contempt for failing to follow court orders. The court can require the party to allow make-up parenting time, can change parenting orders, and can fine the party.
Contempt of court motions are filed when one party fails to follow court orders in relation to child support, custody or parenting time(visitation).