Going through a divorce is never easy, even if you and your spouse find it easy to communicate with each other. It's still a difficult and challenging time in your life where you need to admit that your marriage could not succeed. Many people will find it difficult to accept, but you need to do everything possible to communicate appropriately with your spouse for the divorce to move forward quickly.
Try not to speak to your spouse when either one of you are upset, angry or otherwise annoyed for any reason. Even being angry at someone or something else can lead to arguments with your spouse when you try to communicate with them at the time.
Your spouse might reach out to multiple times per day in various methods. You don't have to answer every single communication. Try to ignore the trivial problems that your spouse contacts you about, so you can stay calm and not wind up in a fight.
Don't be afraid to set limits with your spouse when it comes to how you communicate with each other. Come to an agreement as to how communication will be handled and the times of day you can contact each other.
When communicating with your spouse, focus on only the issues in the present. Try to avoid, at all costs, issues from the past. Even though these issues are likely what led to your divorce, you don't want to keep rehashing the problems.
If there is a lack of communication between you and your spouse during a divorce, it can lead to serious issues. You might have to go to court to resolve the divorce, leading to a much longer time to resolve the matter.