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A Simple Redirect / Forwarding With the Post Office

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If you’ve moved away from your marital home, it’s a fair assumption that you had very good reasons for doing so.

Going back to your former home for any reason is likely to be emotionally taxing and it’s worth thinking ahead to ways you can reduce the amount of times you have to.

Collecting your mail is an easy one to tick off the list by organizing a simple redirect / forwarding with the post office.

It might seem irritating  but  you will not have toe endure the emotional pain of going to your former home or depend on your ex to give it all to you  and unopened.  Plus you’ll ensure all important documents and correspondence  that are involved with divorce will arrive on your doormat or mailbox.  You will no longer be beholden to the ex for looking after it and getting it to you.


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Originally posted 2014-07-08 11:33:11. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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