It is not appropriate to use the children as intermediaries. As a former judge, I can tell you that such would tick any judge off to no end. Tell your ex that if he won't communicate with you to co-parent, that you will get an attorney and file a Motion to Modify Decision-Making from Joint to Sole. He is not exercising his decision-making right now as it is anyway.
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I agree with Mr. Leroi. He is an excellent attorney and he could help you navigate a difficult situation - you would be well served to call him.
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That is completely inappropriate.
Sit down with an experienced family law attorney to discuss the situation and any possible steps to take.
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