My ex-spouse has used my personal information to access my financial records, and has also been sending negative comments, personal attacks to me in the form of texts while stating that my non response to them means i am not co-parenting with them. They have also indicated they will use the court to decide who can and who cannot be around our children when they are in my custody stating the individual had been harassing my ex-spouse without providing proof, when told they need to present that to the court seeking a restraining order against the person in question my ex-spouse became very angry that I was unwilling to protect our children by not wanting a change to the court orders preventing the contact. My ex-spouse then stated they would not allow me the right of having first option when there was a need for child care as stated in the court orders, and also state neither of us can prevent third party contact with our children when in the others care, as well as that communication will be business like and neither will use the others information for harassment. What's the best way to handle this behavior? The apparent goal is about interfering in my life not protecting our kids
So the short answer is that the court orders stand, until and unless someone goes into court to change them. Your ex cannot unilaterally change the court orders at his/her whim! If you need a change in the orders, you need to file a "Request for Order" and ask the judge for a change. I would recommend hiring one of the great family law attorneys here on Avvo to help with that process.
I would recommend communication with your ex using the "Talking Parents" app, or something similar. Then there will be a record of the conversations.
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