I've been divorced for 2 years, and the divorce itself took two years. So this is going on 4 years now. Ex husband is litigious and diagnosed with Narcissistic personality disorder when we were still together - people with NPD live to make others miserable. We share custody of a 12 year old girl.
My ex files motions every so often for any little infraction he can find in our stipulations. Even though he is often guilty of these infractions too, I don't have the time or money to entertain it. Every time he files something, whoever is my attorney at the time starts out by being appalled but soon after encourages me to give in to his demands. It is very discouraging and has caused him to file more when he sees me give in. What can I do or say to be heard by my own atty?
Too little information to formulate a cogent understanding and answer to your question. However, it does seem that you answered your own question by saying you "don't have the time or money to entertain it."
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