Recently, I was able to modify a custody order based on the other parent's repeated violations. Judges do not like their Court Orders violated and can alter them to ensure that the children are not harmed by parents who refuse to comply with custody orders.
Violations of Court Orders can lead to enforcement measures that protect the integrity of Court Orders. Repeated violations can result in changes to custody orders that will ensure they are followed. If a parent is consistently violating custody orders, the result could be a loss of custody or a reduction in timeshare.