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Your child is still very young as they get older are you going to buy them off with iPads, iPhones and such. A lot of teenagers stop bothering with the nrp as it does not fit in with their social life and no court will force them too.
I think sight has been lost of what is important here. Enforcement is for the benefit of children not to punish parents. Brainwashing a child isn''t easy without it being obvious from their speech. For whatever reason the child is resisting contact and a counsellor should be able to help in establishing the root cause.
Emails aren''t as relevant as people think and the courts take a dim view of focusing on the issues between parents rather than the interests of the child.What the child needs is for at least one parent to forgo the determination of "who is right and who is wrong" and put the needs of the child first.