Colorado Husband and Wife have been divorced for five years.
They have two Sons together.
Their Younger Son, now ten, has special needs and lives with Wife, a college professor and her second husband.
Their Older Son, now thirteen, lives with Husband.
A relatively unusual, but not unheard of, custody arrangement.
The Colorado family court orders Wife to create a private e-mail account for Younger Son and to get Younger Son a cell phone to use to communicate with Husband.
That was three months ago.
Wife allegedly has yet to comply with the divorce court’s order.
The family court holds Wife in contempt … and sentences Wife to ninety days in jail.
Wife is let out after four days.
Husband challenges Wife’s early release … and Wife is incarcerated for another day and a half.
Wife reportedly fears that her position has been placed in jeopardy by her confinement. She has reportedly mortgaged her home to fund hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees in her divorce court case.
It is unclear why Wife did not comply with the family court order and risked being held in contempt and jailed.
Wife contends that she has encouraged communication between Younger Son and Husband, and that Son calls Husband weekly. She reportedly does not comprehend the divorce court’s harsh treatment of her.
Wife also contends that Husband denies her access to Older Son and will be pursuing that in family court.
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