We don’t like fighting. We don’t encourage the exchange of anger between parties, since we believe anger begets anger, abuse begets abuse, and fighting will never be solved with more fighting.
People who go through divorce experience some of the most difficult emotional experiences of their lives, not to mention the expense.
MyExCommunications takes these difficult times and helps you manage the emotional side by getting snide, angry and abusive communications out of your way. It gives you a chance to sound off to a third party who will never share or exchange your email with anyone. In fact, we’ll destroy your messages, keeping only a record that we’ve received an email or sent one.
You never want to write anything that can be used against you in court, or in a custody battle. Take that worry away by using MyExCommunications.com to mediate the communications that you have by email.
We rewrite all communications so that messages are restated in a way that you would want a letter addressed to you. We can reinsert the respect that ought to be shown, even if you don’t feel like it!
Have a record of your reasonable and prudent communications that any judge would accept. We do not save emails from either of you.
On the first communication with your Ex, we send our policy which reads:
MyExCommunications serves as a mediator for communciations between divorced or divorcing couples.
Our goal is to facilitate communications between you and your ex during this difficult time. There was a time when the two of you could talk, but now is not that time. When people split up, their emotions are raw, they have hurt feelings and anger. We’re here to help make this process easier.
For the time being, please send any communications to Ann at this new address: Ann.lastname@myexcommunications. com. Anything sent to her current address will be forwarded.
During a divorce, emotions are running high, and words which may seem inconsequential to one party may hold a volume of hurt by the other.
This can ratchet up a potentially volatile problem into an expensive legal battle. We are seeking to defuse any potential misunderstandings so the both of you can resolve any differences and manage whatever joint interests you might still have.
Please note that as a third party mediator, we are required to report anything from either party that would constitute a threat to harm a person or property or might otherwise appear to put someone’s safety at risk.