Hello I correspond with my husband's ex about the kids via email, cause I prefer not to talk to her. Recently I sent email advising her I will be transferring money into her account, as my husband has done in the past, for his son B-day since he is deployed and she will not allow us to purchase a gift on our own and send it to him.
So she says she doesnt want us to transfer money into her account unless its through the child support registry and that any money we give her other then support, send it through the mail. In reply to that I asked why does she always got to make things so difficult and that I will mail her a prepaid Visa with the money on it.
So I guess she did not like my reply, and told me I was being difficult by not adhering to her instructions (even though i said I would mail a prepaid Visa) and that she will no longer correspond with me and only my husband through his work email (and with him being deployed will not do much good that is why I was writing her to start with). But then she continues on to say that anymore emails from me would be considered harrassment and she will petition the court for a restraining order.
My question is on what grounds does she have to get a restraining order if the emails I send do not have any harrassing statements at all in them? All that was said is I was sending money and that since she wanted to be difficult I will mail her a prepaid visa? So if I reply to her, could she get a restraining order against me?
She is known for abusing the court system and playing the victim as if she does no wrong, and twisting the truth. And she is difficult when it comes to the children and intefering with their bond with my husband their father because she does not like me and she hates when someone tells her the truth of how she is really acting.