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30 Apr 14 #431910 by PGtips
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Hey D!
In the beginning, I used to get very worked up about dividing contents, phoned solicitor every day ,locks were changed and the ex still has possession of tons of my ''stuff'', Then my sol gave me a hard talk, she told me to think very carefully about how much I was spending arguing and how I should be spending sorting legal issues and the important stuff.
So, I let it go, he can keep it all as far I''m concerned. Possessions can be replaced. My sanity and peace of mind are far more important.
So just told the ex to keep it all, stop bothering me and get on with the divorce.
Of course every circumstance is individual.
Point is, you get to a stage where the argument is not worth it.
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30 Apr 14 #431911 by sulkypants
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You can sort oft of this out via email texts if you can not reach agreement it''s cheaper to use mediation than solicitors.

Horrible feeling when a message from your ex can leave you feeling upset all over again and they start telling you what to do.

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