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The legal system reasonably anticipates that counsel for parties in a dispute will talk to each other.  The failure to do so is viewed negatively by the Courts.  And where one is trying to represent themselves, that means they are expected to BE the one communicating with opposing counsel.

 

Don't play games.  Pick up the phone to speak with the attorney and try to resolve the matter.  Negotiations are not evidence and what is said in them is not fodder to be used in future litigation. 

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