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He/She/It will NOT get an email or an IM in-world indicating that they are now free to roam with the pack. I stand corrected! - As Fenimore Hapmouche has indicated below they will get an Email letting them know that they are now free to roam with the pack. As far as I recall, you bear the cost of the dissolution. Your ex will not see a debit transaction for this.

However, crazy exes have a pattern of checking the status of their property often so sooner or later they'll notice that they are single again.

If you own a parcel and boot them from the access list, they'll figure something is up pretty quickly.

Just get it done and move on.

 

 

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He/She/It will NOT get an email or an IM in-world indicating that they are now free to roam with the pack. I stand corrected! - As Fenimore Hapmouche has indicated below they will get an Email letting them know that they are now free to roam with the pack. As far as I recall, you bear the cost of the dissolution. Your ex will not see a debit transaction for this.

However, crazy exes have a pattern of checking the status of their property often so sooner or later they'll notice that they are single again.

If you own a parcel and boot them from the access list, they'll figure something is up pretty quickly.

Just get it done and move on.

 

 

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Yes, a notification is sent:

Message subject is "Second Life Partner: Parting Ways"

"

You and your Second Life Partner have parted ways. <partner> has decided to end

the partnership.

 

 

Best Regards,

 

 

Your Friends at Linden Lab

http://secondlife.com

 

 

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PLEASE NOTE: DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL - Your reply will not be recieved

by <partner> . If you wish to contact them, please do so directly."

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