Montana attorney Christopher Gillette explaining how, with the click of a button, unconscious and poorly considered electronic communication can end up part of your family court case forever.
“Speak when you are angry – and you’ll make the best speech you’ll ever regret.”
Laurence J. Peter
Although email, text messages and other forms of electronic communication are a necessary evil, I am a big fan of letters. While clearly text messages have their place, they are rarely a good forum for meaningful communication about issues relating to your family law matter.
The biggest problem with electronic communication is the absence of human context. As a species we have developed the ability to communicate complex concepts and emotions; but that communication is not just verbal or written. It has been said that up to 90% of our communication is nonverbal – our facial expressions, hand gestures, tone and body language all play a huge role in expressing what we feel and intend to communicate. Emails and text messages are obviously devoid of any such nonverbal communication. It is for that…
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