Q: I got my parent plan adjusted with my ex husband and now he keeps calling me multiple times and being demanding and
Controlling In regards to our son.He’s been doing this after we left court on January 17th,2019.This was helpful my ex husband was there during to parent plan adjustment.He got 89 days out of 365 and only gets to decide extracurricular activities.He gets supervise visits every 2 weeks.I think the plan is going to his head and he’s going overboard and taking it to the extreme.I will consult in a family attorney because I feel like he’s harassing me and trying to intimidate me.
A: Harassing phone calls can be a criminal offense. At the same time, your parenting plan requires you to make a good faith effort to work with the other parent to resolve minor disputes ( that is what is BEST for your CHILD). If the plan was changed on 1/17/2019- your ex still has time to appeal the court's decision if he disagrees with what the Judge decided.
Any further appeal would be expensive, so you probably need to try to avoid that. Keep your communications brief and businesslike. If he continues to call excessively, warn him ( verbally and in writing) that it must stop and that he should just abide by the court order. If he won't stop, consider filing the criminal charge, but before taking that drastic action, consult an experienced family law attorney for more specific advice.
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