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07 Apr 12 #322222 by osb
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As I''m new, I thought I would introduce myself to the forum.

I''m Sam (as in Samuel rather than Samantha), I''ve been separated for a couple of years and divorced for around 18 months.

What am I doing here then? Surely I''ve survived a divorce and I''m reintegrating with society? Well, access to my daughters was never a problem, it wasn''t ideal, but it worked. That''s changed now, and I''m currently applying for contact via a C100. More of that elsewhere...


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07 Apr 12 #322227 by Tets
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Welcome to wikivorce osb, sorry you need to be here.

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12 Apr 12 #323289 by osb
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Hi Tets,

Thanks for the welcome. Hopefully I won''t need to hang around for too long...


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