You are in the middle of your divorce. You don’t want to call your soon-to-be ex because emotions are running high. Instead, you decide to send a long text and give him or her a piece of your mind. Beware. You may have just created an exhibit that can be used against you in the divorce to make you look unreasonable, harassing or even abusive. Since judges are people too, it is imperative that you keep your communications courteous and cooperative. Otherwise, you risk losing credibility in front of the judge. Don’t despair. Here are some guidelines that can help you keep your email and text communications productive and free of inflammatory language in divorce.