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False allegations of domestic abuse

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01 Jul 21 #517161 by MOF
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Hi
I was married for 26 years. At 25 years we actually celebrated our silver anniversary. Then we had a massive row and before i knew she wanted a divorce. We had our ups and downs but we tried to communicate. we had these 'sat chats' when we sat down on a Saturday and discussed what we were not happy about. So no abuse. Through the divorce process i get served an NMO on the day i recieved my divorce email. I to had worries. in the end i had a court session and agrred the NMO undertakings. this means you do NOT agree what is in the NMO but you will follow undertakings. so for me it meant i didnt talk to her except about the sale of the house. So my suggestion is keep a calm head, stay cool, go to court and get some undertakings done which you both can follow. Get your solcitor to talk to her solcitor so that it is nipped in the bud

good luck

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