My ex-husband takes me to court often re: our daughters. We have 3 children--19 (so this doesn't apply) 17, and 15. Our son visits his dad on weekends. My ex-husband attempts to get visitation with our daughter. She refuses to see him. The judge always rules no physical custody. I represent myself. I email my ex-husband's lawyer to give her information about doctor appointments, etc. I forward emails from my ex that are harassing. We used to have a PFA but now there is a No Contact/Trespass order. She writes me horrible emails--saying I am the cause of all the family problems, I am a parent alienator, her client is a victim and I am doing great harm to our daughter. It is getting really depressing. Can lawyers email their clients ex-spouses these things? Is this ethical?Thank you. It is just that I replied to one of the lawyer's emails and asked her to stop writing me because I felt like she was trying to bully me. She immediately responded that comment is a prime example of me making accusatory statements, etc. She was bullying me because my ex was in contempt of something in the order and she did not want me to pursue it. I had to block her from my email to get it to stop!