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My ex-spouse is hostile when communicating verbally, regarding financial matters. She constantly manipulates conversations regarding money, is very emotional, and makes large demands. I pay her alimony/child support on time, according to our decree, and often add in extra cash for additional expenses. My therapist advised to correspond via email instead, to keep records of what was agreed upon. I found by communicating via email, she has double-billed me for medical bills etc. I have saved money by keeping emails of what was agreed on and what has been paid. BUT, when she is told "no" to optional costs, or when she is double-billing me, she gets angry, threatens mediation, and accuses the emails of "harassment". Sometimes we argue via email, but NEVER harassment. Am I doing this right?
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