Terri Schiavo's parents say husband Michael isn't sharing enough of their brain-damaged daughter's medical information with them.
Their attorney told a judge this morning that Michael Schiavo is violating a 1996 court order requiring him to share the information.
Michael Schiavo's attorney, however, told Judge George Greer that he has complied with the court order and shares sufficient information about Terri with the Schindlers through attorneys.
Greer will decide later whether to order Michael to defend himself at a contempt-of-court hearing.
Terri Schiavo has been at the center of a lengthy and high-profile legal battle over whether her feeding tube should be removed so she can be allowed to die.
Her husband says she wouldn't have wanted to be kept alive artificially. Her parents doubt that and believe she could improve with therapy.
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