Topic: Visitation Rights
There are more ways than ever to communicate with other people: calling, emailing, texting, instant messaging, writing on their wall, tagging them in a photo and even the old-fashioned way of mailing them a letter. And no one is more savvy in modes of communication than kids.
With all the ways to communicate, chances are your child can reach out and talk to his or her other parent whenever he or she wants. This can present problems if you are a mom or dad who co-parents, as communication with the other parent can disrupt your time with your child and be considered interference with parenting time. For this reason, it can be crucial to establish some boundaries on communication.