Every time Kate saw an email from her Ex, Tyler, she froze. She didn’t want to get pulled back into the relationship, but they still had to split up belongings and their finances. She could pay her attorney to communicate with him, but at $250 an hour, it wouldn’t...Read More
MyExCommunications was founded by Nancy and Peter Conrad with the intent of trying to bring a little more peace to people who are experiencing the heartbreak of divorce. We serve our clients by pulling the anger, grief, and frustration from our client’s messages. This...Read More
No more nastygrams from your Ex. We wash them of tone, anger and make them civil
MyExCommunications was founded by husband and wife team, Peter and Nancy Conrad, with the intent of helping families through the rocky emotional ride of divorce by resolving communications problems. High School sweethearts, each had been previously married before reuniting many years later.
Despite their happy outcome, they both agree that divorce was a gut-wrenching experience with consequences lasting for years. ”I can communicate with almost anybody – except my Ex,” Peter says. “I see this same thing happening with most of the divorced people we know.”
1. Is your Ex a pain in the neck? Imagine that you never have to deal with him or her directly. If you aren’t continually faced with nasty exchanges then you’ll have more time to heal from this very emotional period.
2. Have you asked family members to act as a go-between? That puts them in an awkward position, and it leads to an uncomfortable dynamic since they probably will want to have a continuing relationship with the father of your children.
3. Are you afraid of your Ex? This is the most common reason to use communication mediation. Control the fear by never having to look at his or her emails again.
Once you sign up for monthly service through one of our subscription options, we’ll get to work on your file by creating a special email address for you in our client services department. You’ll be asked to answer some questions about your situation, and we’ll ask for a copy of your divorce paperwork, if you’ve already finalized your divorce.