I would forward the emails to your case worker at the Friend of the Court and get them placed in your file. When problems arise you have a paper trail to show your attempt to cooperate in his lack thereof.Ask a similar question
Your thinking on this subject is both rational and correct. Just ignore his demands. Just because he wants it doesn't mean you have to comply. If he violates a court order for parenting time out of spite, take him to court. Most importantly, save all emails, including the abusive ones from the new wife.
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You are correct. Your only obligation is to communicate with your ex regarding your son. You should save all e mails and text messages so that you have a paper trail. You should send a letter to the Friend of the Court in Genessee County detailing your situation and ask for some direction. You may want to file a motion with the Friend of the Court to schedule a hearing.
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