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3rd party Options for making arrangements

 
(@dadofone98)
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Hi have noted before as I have never ending problems with my ex - most recently getting an NMO against me and stopping contact after I’d said I’d take her back to court for breach of an order. She got legal

aid and they asked if I’d accept an undertakings - which I did . It states I won’t harass pester etc (which I hadn’t anyway) 

so now contact is re-established and arrangements had been agreed with her solicitor for the only contact to be via email regarding arrangements . 

The problem now is she just won’t leave me alone - I have had 10 emails in 4 days all about various issues lost clothing , arrangements , school play etc - 4 in a row today and I have just had enough - I’m being harassed and pestered ! 

what are my options ? Can I use a 3rd party to deal with her emails . I’ve asked her to keep it basic but she won’t and it’s causing me stress and anxiety 

 

Any advise would be appreciated thanks 

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Topic starter Posted : 07/12/2022 5:57 pm
(@bill337)
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Hi,

I think you should be selective and only respond to emails which are urgent and are related to the children. In the long term I think it's  important to keep direct communication going. For example if in future you seek a 50/50 arrangement for children, communication between parents will be an important factor. You could ignore emails as though they are junk mail. Then you can check them at end of day.

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Posted : 07/12/2022 6:08 pm

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