Uh.....YES he should be sharing this information with you. I would be screaming holy hell about this. He is alienated your relationship with your son. He should be held accountable for this.
Our Family Wizard is a great suggestion, however if your ex is hell bent on not talking with you, he can do that just as easily on OFW. However, OFW, would allow you to more clearly document his NON communication.
If you can, get a lawyer....soon. Hope this helped you somewhat.
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Of course you are entitled to have information about your son, assuming you have joint legal custody. Even if you don't, it would be a good idea for dad to share information with you. I am including links below about custody and visitation orders, and I'd also suggest that you both register for "Our Family Wizard." Good luck.
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