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If you feel that the other parent is wilfully and knowingly breaching the court order then you can go back to the court and make an application for contempt of court in this matter. You can also (at the same time) make a complaint to cafcass. The difficulty is that if your daughter's are saying they don't want to do this then you can't really force them. However, this could be due to bigger reasons such as parental alienation by the other parent. This is a serious issue and to be honest something that cafcass should be picking up on but you can express this to them. I would highly suggest going back to court to show that the current order is not working.
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