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11 Aug 12 #348902 by Jenithewren
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My husband has decided to end our marriage out of the blue and has refused all attempts to reconcile. He has walked out on me and our two children. What grounds can I divorce him on? Struggling to even talk to him rationally!

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11 Aug 12 #348920 by Crumpled
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Hi i was very sorry to read your post it is very early days for you and really all i can say is try and look after yourself try to eat and sleep get help from your gp if you need it and get a counsellor for yourself so that you can be strong for your children.
I am not going to lie this is a horrible emotional rollercoaster but it does get better just slowly.
I am sure over the next few days you will find more out about why your husband is doing this ...........do not rush in to anything but find a solicitor (not necessarily the nearest ....a well versed family one) not to start proceedings but just to get information a lot of solicitors offer the first half hour of an initial consultation for free so if you take a list of questions you can use your time effectively.
I am so sorry that you have had to join us but you will get lots of support and help here as so many of us have been in your position so we do understand what it feels like,,,,,,,,,,lots of love

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12 Aug 12 #348931 by cookie2
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Unreasonable behaviour is the only ground to use in these circumstances.

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