My ex-husband is the custodial parent to our 12 year old daughter. He resides in SC and I live in Germany under military orders. She is scheduled to stay with me every summer based on the court order. However, this year, my ex-husband and his wife encouraged and signed her up for cheerleading. I supported my daughter for cheering, but the moment she began saying that she wouldn't be able to come out for the summer - which was before she tried out - I made it quite clear to her that she would have to miss the summer and that I did not agree she miss out on family time in favor of cheering. Now that she has made the team and I expressed my opposition to her missing her summer vacation with me, her step-mother has said that she will not force her to fly out and that the decision is hers alone. Now I'm painted in a negative light as being unsupportive while they are supporting her all the way. They said that she could come out for Christmas break and the following Spring Break in favor of missing out on summer, but she is already SUPPOSED to come out based on the visitation schedule. Are they interfering in court ordered visitation and if so, what can I do legally?