Re: Solicitation for Opinions
She is looking to re-establish contact with them and get on their good side.
If they are such nice people, she probably genuinely likes them, though I would not attribute that as a motive, at least not the primary one.
I hope you take no offense, but aside from pedophiles and rapists and murderers and major fraudsters, your ex is one of the worst people I have ever heard of. At least one of the most selfish. So I have a hard time attributing any motive other than a selfish one. A few that come to mind:
1. First and foremost, to get them to testify in her behalf at the custody hearing.
2. To make them think that everything you say about her is an exaggeration or a lie (she always seems super nice to us and goes out of her way to make nice with us).
3. To provoke you into doing something regarding the custody hearing.
4. To ask them for money?
5. Something for her own personal benefit.
Stop talking sh1t to your parents and family about your ex until after the custody hearing. Apparently she is able to fool them or they are extremely forgiving people. If my son was in a similar situation as yours, and I had heard the things that his ex had done, there is no way I could ever be civil with her again. EVER. Even if she apologized 1000 times, the best I think I could ever feel about her is "stay away from me and don't contact me."