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When Co-parenting After A Divorce, What Constitutes Harassment Instead Of Just Divorced Arguing?

| Dec 3, 2015 | Uncategorized

Q: If one parent is calling the other parent’s phone to speak to the children, and calls multiple times in a short time frame, what is too excessive?
If one parent continues to push their point of view on the other parent even though they have repeatedly answered the question already, what is too excessive?

A:David’s Answer: Perhaps you can seek to reach an agreement to limit the number of calls. If you have joint custody, you can consult with a mediator on the issue. In terms of the “excessiveness” query, it would probably depend on what the subject is – but again it seems like something which should be presented to a mediator. Call a Dutchess/Westchester Family Law attorney for a full assessment.

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