First, our Professional Monitors are not to be used as messengers for two fully-grown adults. Both the Custodial Parent and the Monitored Parent are responsible for finding a civil way to communicate with each other.
Parents involved in a high-conflict custody dispute can avoid exchanging information by telephone, text, e-mail or in face-to-face encounters. In addition, both can keep a written record of all communications which could be produced in court whenever necessary.
Family Visitation Services advises that such individuals use any of the following on-line co-parenting communication web sites.
It is vital that both parents exchange information pertaining to their child(ren)’s direct needs (activities, education, care, health, etc.) during the visitation. All other communications between the parents should be dealt with through attorneys or an on-line communication web site such as http://ourfamilywizard.com.