Thank you for your question. Please permit me to assist you with your concerns.There is always the approach of speaking though attorneys. That, however, is far more expensive. You can also potentially try to speak via a neutral third party. As for her emails, if she is intentionally being rude and goes beyond the subject matter, you can always consider taking her back to court in front of the judge, claim contempt of court order, and request that the judge evaluate communication and admonish her if she is indeed crossing the line. Email, however, is one of the better methods of communication because then you have a paper trail of exactly what was stated and to whom.Good luck.
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