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21 Mar 12 #319331 by Cru
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Hi there, I am Lisa, I am just embarking on my journey into the complex world of separation vs Divorce and I am a bit snowblind by it all and I just want it to be over and to be in control of my life again...

I want an amicable parting of the ways but I fear my stbx has other ideas...

Watch this space...


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21 Mar 12 #319359 by WhiteRose
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Hi LD & welcome to wiki!!

Amicable or civil at least, is the way forward ........... I agree. Things can get sorted out cheaper and with less hurt/anger/upset if you''re able to agree between you or with mediation.

Take care

WR x

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28 Mar 12 #320536 by Sam72
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I will. I wanted amicable split but think this happens in no more than 10% of relationships. Depends upon the circumstances. What''s your story?

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