Ex husband supposed recorded conversation to come to some agreement it was none confrontation very brief.what are the consquence for trying to come to a peaceful resolution.Are there level to violating and fines ? even thou there was no threat .
I would need to know the specifics of the conversation...was the recording disclosed? why are the parties talking if already divorced? are there open custody issues? support issues? I would need to know more before giving advice..
A PFA is an order to stay away from your ex-husband, not an order to just not threaten him. I advise you to have no further contact with him. Consult an attorney and communicate through your counsel only.
I agree with Michelle here! If there's an outstanding PFA, ANY contact, not through an attorney, or allowed by Court is a violation. The person violating the PFA could be sent to prison and/or forced to pay a fine for such violations.
Contact a local attorney for more information.
(also, be aware that in PA, a person is not allowed to record a conversation unless it is disclosed to and agreed to by the other party, so that, in and of itself is a crime!)
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