Hello. You should tell her (in writing) that you do not want to hear from her unless there is a legitimate issue with the kids and that if she persists in spending her time writing emails and letters full of nonsense to you, you will contact the police and charge her with harassment. If you can, see if your attorney would be willing to accept any letters from her so that you can direct her to write to your attorney if there are any legitimate issues and to cease and desist with other letters and emails that are not legitimate. She may think twice if you tell her that all contact should be through your attorney (it may cost you a couple more dollars in legal fees, but it will be worth it if she does not cease and desist and your lawyer is in your camp on that). If you do not want to receive certified letters, simply tell her that you will no longer pick them up and that if something is mailed regular mail if she takes it to the post office she can get a proof of mailing the letter for an additional 50 cents (you should put all of this in your own certified letter to her). There are a few different ways to handle this -- but if you tell her that you are building a case for harassment against her, she may stop.
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