What are some do’s and do nots of texting during divorce?
DO text to discuss child custody and access. DO text to provide or request information that you need from your spouse. DO text to discuss the resolution of any outstanding issues resulting from your separation. DO text to engage in any other polite communication with your spouse. DO NOT text in an attempt to force or bully your spouse to do something. DO NOT text your spouse over and over again in an attempt to convince them of something you have previously discussed. DO NOT text rude or insulting messages to your spouse. DO NOT text your spouse if they have specifically asked you not to contact them or if their lawyer has requested that you don’t contact them. DO NOT text your kids any information in regards to your divorce, to ask them to pass on inappropriate messages to your spouse or to speak negatively about your spouse.
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