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Never speak to your Ex again

Updated on April 23, 2012

Here's a new option to save money on your divorce!


I dreaded every time I saw an email from HIM that I’d have to open. I’d see his name in the inbox and think, “Oh no! What does he want now?"

We had issues to deal with. Child support (I was paying him!) and college expenses were expenses that were not going to disappear until my youngest graduated.

I could have gone back to court and asked for things to be reviewed and changed, but with average attorneys fees costing $250 an hour, I was pretty sure this was going to be a net loss. If I added up my projected expenses until child support ended, it was just shy of a potential $5,000 cost to going back to court – so I was left having to muddle through.

National statistics put the average divorce cost in the United States at $20,000. Most of us don’t have that kind of money hanging around.

Today, there’s a new service called MyExCommunications that I would have wanted for myself that solves this problem.

At the time of this writing, for less than the cost of one hour of an attorney’s time ($199), you can have someone clean up your Ex’s email to you before you read it. You get all the same information WITHOUT any of the emotional content or catty barbs. That way you can open it and get just the facts, knowing that you’re not looking at something HE wrote.

They will mediate as many as 10 messages between you every month for this cost, and you can add more messages if you need them for a small additional fee.

This is perfect for you if you don’t want to ever speak with your ex again. MyExCommunications will rewrite your emails to him and keep you out of trouble – especially if you can’t help yourself from remarks that might be used against you in court. So go ahead, let the fur fly in your emails! MyExCommunications will keep your sentiments private, and rewrite your intentions as a friendly third-party mediator would.

Plus, everything is electronically shredded after 10 days so you won’t be called to account in court for your words.

The bottom line is that you will save money by having them keep your communications civil, polite, and un-emotional. If you’re in the middle of a divorce, staying un-emotional is a pretty tall order. It’s nice to know that there’s an alternative.

You’ll find them at


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    • emilybee profile image


      6 years ago

      Sounds like a really helpful service. Never heard of this before. Thanks for sharing!

    • MsDora profile image

      Dora Weithers 

      6 years ago from The Caribbean

      What will they think of next? Thanks for the information on this new service. Glad that it works for you; the reduction of stress in your life is worth paying for.


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