What to do if my ex and I have a court order for child support and timesharing but he is refusing to communicate with me through phone?

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What to do if my ex and I have a court order for child support and timesharing but he is refusing to communicate with me through phone?

If he has my son he picks him up and drops him off when he pleases.He doesnt answer my calls if he is late. His current wife controls his phone she texts me and answers for him. She has been harrassing me and threatning me. He refuses to pay half of medical bills. Now he has asked for an extension for the arrears he owes me this month. He claims that his wife is ill cannot work and he takes care of her and her kids. They have antagonized me from the beginning saying that I wont get a dime. What can I do?

Asked on November 28, 2012 under Family Law, Florida

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Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

Given the problems that you are having with your "ex" with respect to child custody and his refusal to communicate with you for the benefit of the minor child, it seems that you will need to consult with a family law attorney to assist you in getting some semblance of order in your child's life which may require a petition with the court mandating that the "bad behavior" of the "ex" cease and he come current on outstanding child support money and medical bills.


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