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27 Feb 08 #15177 by gone1
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Its very hard to prove. I had proof that her BF was living at the FMH. Or so I thought. It was from one of these sites that allow you to see who is registerd to vote. He was registerd at my address!! But that was not good enough. I suggested photos but still no good. I think he said that he was living at so and so's house and she put on her form E only 3 days a week. I am not sure you can prove it. Chris

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28 Feb 08 #15218 by ToxieDogg
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In my case, 'concrete evidence' was about 45 emails between my ex wife and her boyfriend, that she'd tried to delete from her account (unsuccessfully), detailing dates, times, and even what they had gotten up to.

Keep your eyes and ears open, I'm sure you'll have something soon enough....

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