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I got an email today saying he wants to meet with me in person. I don't want to be manipulated. Should I toss this out to my attorney (and pay for advise) or be a big girl and see what he wants on my own. Well, sorta on my own. I am asking for your input.
There aren't too many couples that I have know who in the throws of divorce who can talk, in person, and not have problems with that. I must say, though, that I have 2 friends who were able to do just that.
I my own case, I found emails the only way that I could communicate with him. Everything he said either made me cry or become angry when we talked in person or even on the phone.
My advice would be to try it, if you feel safe doing that. If either of you gets angry or too emotional, decide to use written communication. Don't agree to anything he proposes. Take it to your lawyer first.
There is my 2 cents; it's not much, but when you add it to the other responder's 2 cents, it starts adding up.