Unfortunately for you, the non-custodial parent cannot be forced to see his/her children if they don’t want to. But try to go back to mediation and come up with a set-up that would work for both parents, but most especially for the children. You may want to consult and work with a family law attorney who could guide you through the process, from mediation up to the court.
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