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    How to Co-parent when the other parent refuse

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? NJ

    What can a parent do when the other parent refuse to communicate with the NCP? Parents recently went to court and the NCP won more time with child, CP is angry at the fact of having to release the child to NCP for more time. Now CP is refusing to have contact with NCP and is releasing the child through a 3rd party. NCP is wanting info reguard the child's doctor and schooling, CP is refusing to release this info or talk to NCP about anything. What can NCP do? This is an ugly battle


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    Quote Originally Posted by workinggal View Post
    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? NJ

    What can a parent do when the other parent refuse to communicate with the NCP? Parents recently went to court and the NCP won more time with child, CP is angry at the fact of having to release the child to NCP for more time. Now CP is refusing to have contact with NCP and is releasing the child through a 3rd party. NCP is wanting info reguard the child's doctor and schooling, CP is refusing to release this info or talk to NCP about anything. What can NCP do? This is an ugly battle


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    what's stopping NCP from directly talking to the doctor and school themselves?
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    Perhaps some co-parenting classes are in order.
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    The problem is the NCP doesn't know that information because the CP refuse to talk to NCP
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    NCP never got the opportunity to know where the doctor or school is ....it was never giving to him
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    Quote Originally Posted by workinggal View Post
    The problem is the NCP doesn't know that information because the CP refuse to talk to NCP
    then the CP needs to be brought before the court to have that information released.
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    how old is this child?

    by kindy kids usually know the name of their school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haiku View Post
    how old is this child?

    by kindy kids usually know the name of their school.
    The child is only 3
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    then its not really school. Its a daycare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by haiku View Post
    then its not really school. Its a daycare.
    yes, daycare
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