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My ex refuses to communicate on important topics like toilet training, discipline, and most importantly medicine. I have been emailing her for 4 days straight asking if she will agree to give him medicine that the doc prescribed and she ignores my emails and texts. This has meant that I do not know whether I should start my son the meds because either we both need coordinate with each other so that he takes the meds everyday or he shouldn't take them at all. The issue of communicating about important topics isn't mentioned specifically in our divorce agreement, so do I have any legal recourse if I take her to court over her blatant refusal to communicate on important issues? (we have 50/50 custody by the way)
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