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Posted almost 2 years ago.

I do not choose to respond to him. I respond to her with her email addresses only, but she forwards to him and then he responds. The latest threat I'm getting is that he says he will fill an AHPO order against me to protect her and him and my child... Protect my child from what? Can someone that easily get an order and hold me from my parental time with my son?

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Posted almost 2 years ago.

Let me add that I have made it clear that I wish to communicate only to my sons mother and that it is in violation of sections 2510-2521 of the electronic privacy communications act and I've made it clear in my email signature listing the confidentiality notice.

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Asker
Posted almost 2 years ago.

How much does it cost for contempt and what could be the positive outcome or what should/would I expect?

Dave Hawkins
Dave Hawkins, Child Custody Lawyer - Seattle, WA
Posted almost 2 years ago.

There is non standard fee -- all attorneys charge different rates. The outcome will be a order of contempt. If she continues to violate that order, she risks incarceration.

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Posted almost 2 years ago.

I would love to talk more... I plan to respond to the latest email only to her of course and say that we need to communicate. If she then chooses to file an AHPO, that is the risk I take. In fact, it would likely be filed from her fiance which in reality would make it difficult for her in the future cause she uses him for drop off and pickups... To add, he is on the pick up list from daycare which again was never discussed... So there been many violations when I look back.