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Hello all- I'm in in the middle of a divorce, two kiddos ages 16 and 13.
I live in the family home, the ex lives with his parents following a domestic violence offense. He was granted temporary visitation in April, consisting of every other weekend and every Thursday night. He wasn't permitted to pick up the kids due to a protection order, so his parents were transporting. The DV charge was reduced and PO canceled. The judges temp orders say communication is to be limited to the children and his parents continue providing transportation.

He cancels fairly regularly and does not communicate AT ALL! He doesn't acknowledge texts, emails, or answer calls. His attorney advised that all communication should transpire through his mother. My attorney said whatever. After attempting to communicate with him, I broke down and called his mother. Of course she has no answers because she has to speak to him. She told me today that the visitation orders will need to be modified in the winter because she doesn't want to transport them to school on Friday mornings because of snow....ughhh! I guess I don't even have a question. I'm just frustrated that I was married to this man for 15 years and his mother is calling the shots. I'm not sure if this is significant enough to tell my attorney or not.

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