One parent received primary custody. Parent with visitation keeps trying to get it changed in court.
Is there a point at which family law judges will put a stop to one parent filing for changes in the current custody order?
They can not. Anyone has the right to take another to court for any reason. The judge may tell the parent that he/she is wasting their time, but they can not stop them from filing papers.
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