Can a joint guardianship order be enforced if there is no blood relationship there and the child does not want to go?
Yes, a court order carries the power of the court to enforce the order using legal processes. A child doesn’t have the authority to decide where he/she wants to live or whether or not to follow a court order.
When a court order isn’t followed, a petition for contempt may be filed in the court that issued the order. A request may also be made to have the court to order the noncomplying party to pay for the losses caused by the failure to comply. The court retains continuing jurisdiction to enforce its orders by holding the noncomplying party in contempt of court.