My child isn't receiving messages from me or my family because my ex is going on phone and reading and deleting messages before my child gets to see them. The phone is in my name. I got it so I could stay in contact with my child while at my exes. But I'm frustrated and sad because ex is preventing that. They also did agree child could have phone. I probably can't do anything but thought I would ask. Thank you in advance!
A judge can order both that you be allowed reasonable communication and that you not abuse it by taking away godparents time with excessive communications.
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You should speak with your attorney and consider filing a violation petition.
While I very much disagree with the other parent deleting messages and stopping communication fully, there probably should be some sort of limit as to communications during their time. It is really going to be a matter of degree, but if bad enough, you can try to get a judge to stop it.
That's kind of heartbreaking. Yes, if you can prove this is going on, a judge would put a stop to it. You'd have to file a post-judgment motion and supply your proofs. Also suggest getting touch with a noncustodial parents' support group like www.FACENJ.org .
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