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I'm very sorry to hear about your situation. It's really impossible for anyone to be able to guess at what is in the letter or why he would send it to your parents without actually knowing the content of the letter. However, since he is a lawyer, I would be very careful about not opening this letter. My advice is that you should open the letter, as it may be some kind of notice of a legal claim he is making against you. If it is a "cease and desist" letter asserting that you should not make any contact, then at least you know that he also does not want any contact with you, as you don't with him.
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