Manchester, NH asked in Family Law and Child Custody for New Hampshire

Q: Do I have to respond to my daughters emails or texts demanding what we do with her son . If her visits were terminated

Her visits were terminated 1 1/2 years ago. I've had legal guardianship of him since he was 5 1/2 months he is almost 5. The only home he has ever known is with my husband and I

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Joseph Kelly Levasseur
Joseph Kelly Levasseur
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  • Manchester, NH
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A: You do not have to respond but it may depend on the written court decision for the guardianship. It may state in the decision what types of contact the mother can or cannot have. Read it carefully. Just keep in mind that generally speaking, courts prefer allowing some types of contact with the parents and a guardians attempt to to keep the alienated parent informed. Also keep in mind these texts and emails are great for putting into evidence so be very careful how you respond, always, if you choose to do so, very professionally, or have you attorney do so. Good luck!

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