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  • Betty3
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    You might then consider doing the other options Elle suggested.

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  • TheSiege
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    Originally posted by ElleMD View Post
    Block her number. Do not respond to texts. Get your own phone that isn't associated with work and give her that number as a contact. You can go to court and insist that all communication be handled a different way but that is expensive and there is no guarantee the judge will agree.
    I would block her number but I need the line of communication to remain open in case there is an emergency with the kids

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  • ElleMD
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    Block her number. Do not respond to texts. Get your own phone that isn't associated with work and give her that number as a contact. You can go to court and insist that all communication be handled a different way but that is expensive and there is no guarantee the judge will agree.

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    Ex wife will not stop text, what can I do? Utah

    We have kids, and yes we need to communicate. But I have a job, and my phone is a business phone. She will not stop texting I even text her this constantly

    "Stop texting me. Write down all your questions and you can call at 9pm and we can talk. I will not be texting with you anymore. If it's an emergency you can text me and tell me so and I will call you when I can. This is my FIRST attempt to distinguish boundaries that are acceptable. I am feeling threatened and abused. Please respect my wishes"

    What are my legal options, most, if not all of the texts are absolutely not important at all. I even record our phone conversations.
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