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26 Jul 12 #345494 by Action
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Just one other word of caution to throw into the pot: I was really tempted to expose my ex husband for his tax fraud (the Mediator refused to keep on file any of the evidence I produced). A friend of a friend worked for HMRC and she told me that if I reported him, anonymously or not, then I would also be tax investigated merely because I was his spouse. Apart from not wanting to deplete the ''pot'' further by what would be a hefty tax bill for him, I just could not face the thought of a tax investigation (although I do everything by the book) or the length of time it would have added to the proceedings.

I think bringing to my ex''s attention what I knew was enough to worry him, and hopefully, he will carry on being worried that I will eventually report him. I no longer have a desire to do this as I just want to be rid of the angst. I also believe in Karma so he will get what''s due to him at some point.

It must be very painful to see your partner''s sons being turned against her. I suggest you do nothing but carry on being decent, honest people in the hope that the sons will eventually see their Father for what he actually is.

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