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Old 07-05-2014, 04:05 PM
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Old 07-05-2014, 04:08 PM
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Originally Posted by BGalbr567 View Post
my best advice is to get your lawyer involved - lawyers talking to lawyers, not exes talking to exes. I had a great divorce lawyer in Barrie who I relied on for everything during my divorce since I couldn't talk to my crazy ex like a normal person.
Letting the lawyers deal with all communications between ex spouses can be extremely expensive and can make matters worse if one or both lawyers are combative.

Some HC ex's will harass the OP's lawyer with useless micro-managing just to jack up their spouses legal bills - a strategy to 'wear them down' and gain an advantage that way.

If the OP has legal aid and cares nothing about billable hours involved, your screwed? The courts wanting best interest of the children will maintain a lopsided status-quo even if it means an injustice to one of the parents.

How can shared parenting work without a minimum of civil communications? This means that a HC spouse can control the procedure by behaving badly - and the courts seem to condone this...

In my case, there is a criminal no contact order - zero contact since the date of separation. All communication has been via our lawyers. It is not only financially draining, it has been frustratingly slow and often times it has made a bad situation even worse.

My advice to anyone dealing with a HC Ex, keep all communication to a bare minimum - but keep communicating. Once the lawyers become your mouth piece, misunderstandings increase in proportion to your legal bills!

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