Help! My Spouse Won’t Talk to Me During these Proceedings

In cases involving children, the court determines what is in the best interest of the minor child, and that includes the ability to co-parent. Communication is the first step in co-parenting after separation. Communicating effectively about child-related issues may take time and practice. At the end of the day, if you cannot communicate, it is difficult to co-parent, and that is something the court may consider. There are options. Such as co-parenting classes and online communication programs, which may assist in helping you with the other parent during and after litigation. If you’d like more information, we suggest consulting with an experienced family law attorney.

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