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Unfortunately, text messages can be admissible evidence in court when the subject of the text messages is relevant to a legal action. However, if an attorney can show that the messages are not relevant to an issue in the case, text messages may then be inadmissible. That said, one person's request is not evidence that another person agreed to what the person requested. Evidence of agreement is important, while evidence of a request by one person is substantially less relevant when trying to show an agreement, reconciliation, etc.
Accordingly, you'll want to retain an attorney to represent you in the matter. Your attorney will evaluate the other party's objectives and your attorney can assist you with combatting the other party's efforts using the evidence available to you.
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