It may be that you should ask that the children (especially the older ones) be interviewed by the judge "in camera/in chambers." That means that the judge would speak with the children individually about what is going on in their mother's home. The interview would include whether the children are being prohibited from having private conversations with you, as well as information regarding video chats.
An "in camera/in chambers" interview is STRICTLY PRIVATE between the children and the judge. The reason for the privacy is so that the children do not feel pressured to choose one parent over the other parent. This type of interview is a VERY helpful tool for the judge to use as s/he considers all of the evidence put forth.
As far as how to present the phone calls, etc., you may wish to place each time you have attempted to have contact with the children and how many times you have been able to speak to the children (and for how long) in the form of a log or a calendar. The best way to present this as evidence is in the form of a log or calendar.
Regarding the video chats and intimidation of the children, unless you have some type of recording or video of the problem, the only way to present this type of evidence is through your own testimony and the testimony of your children. However, it is NOT in the best interests of the children to be put on the stand and to be cross examined. That is way an in camera/in chambers interview is best.
The point is that from your standpoint, the Court's Order is being violated by your ex because she is not allowing consistent communication with your children, and even when she does allow communication, it isn't private. The children are being used as "pawns" in the chess game that is called "divorce."
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