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13 Dec 07 #8939 by andrewgarnettuk
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My wife had an affair and left me 5 years ago today. I don't know where she is and I have no money since she left. I have had to sell all my possesions and house, how can I divorce her and try and move on, can I do it without her being around
Desperate and broken.

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14 Dec 07 #9028 by rkowski
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try search engines like b4usearch.com
also 192.com
thare is a small charge for electoral searches - try her married name and Maiden Name - do you know her last where abouts - any of her family location etc ?

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14 Dec 07 #9030 by Marshy_
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One I use is tracesmart. If its 5 years seperation you may be able to do this without contacting her. Make an appointment with your local CAB office they may be able to help. F

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