Dallas, TX asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Texas

Q: What do we need in order to involve a 3rd person to not communicate with my step daughters mother any longer?

My husband and I have tried our best to co parent with my stepdaughter’s mother. It is impossible to try to parent with her..we disagree on many things and she always wants to act like the superior parent. She always wants things her way and there’s Is no way we can talk to her about parenting my stepdaughter. We try to ignore many unnecessary comments that have nothing to do with the benefit of the child but we are so tired of not being able to co parent with her. Everytime we try to speak with her over any matter that has to do with the child she always closes us out. Is there any way we can involve a 3rd person into this?

1 Lawyer Answer
Jane M. Gekhman
Jane M. Gekhman
Answered
  • Frisco, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: A parenting facilitator can help resolve issues regarding the child. I have seen parenting facilitators help in very high conflict cases/situations. However, parenting facilitators can be expensive as well for both parties.

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