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19 Nov 07 #7048 by gone1
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I think this is a bit harsh. You cant name her father as grounds for divorce. I think she must have fell and bumped her head? What a daft thing todo. Normal rational people dont behave this way. There must be something wrong and I find it hard to believe that she has finished with you becuase of her dad. I bet there is a new guy on the scene. The cynic in my head says this.

But at least you are out of there. Thats good and bad. I would have kicked the door in if that had been me. Its your home and she has no right to exclude you from it. But whats done is done. I would defo contact yr solicitor about this. Chris

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19 Nov 07 #7050 by Specialdad
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Dumping your stuff out in the front yard is criminal damage mate.

Tell her if she touches your stuff you will file a complaint with the police against I doubt she would try it then.

B)

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19 Nov 07 #7052 by Vail
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Ho ho ho Specialdad!

You're having a laugh aren't you? If there's sufficient acrimony around for the dumping of stuff she'll dump it, police or no police. What is more, she'll say she left it outside for him to collect at an agreed pre-arranged time and it'll be his word against hers, the police won't want to know and no one is going to lock anyone up over some damaged and missing personal bits and pieces (literally).

What is apalling here is the report that the woman has allowed the feelings of a third party to end her marriage. Whether it's her dad or a new boyfriend doesn't matter - two different kinds of love, but is this just an excuse for her to end the marriage Steveling?

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19 Nov 07 #7054 by Specialdad
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Good point vail. Police are never around when you need them anyway!!

Plan B then. Threaten to throw her stuff out of the window if she throws yours out.

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20 Nov 07 #7091 by steveling
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to be honest , she has walked out on me 3 times , and kicked me out 3 times and every time we have got back together . i was drinking quite a lot so i can understand it to an extent.drinking now reduced to once a month.
i think that the time has come to end this as i cant take the heartbreak any more, and its not fair on our kids.
each time we got back together she said she would never kick me out again but hey ho she manages to do it again.

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20 Nov 07 #7096 by Specialdad
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I agree with you.

I never had a quiet moment with a woman about. I would come home and just wanted to have a shower have dinner get a whisky and soda and settle down in front of the tv with my paper but no there was constant pandemonium going on.

Kids fighting, family and friends popping in every five minutes, constant nagging over everything. I went to bed with headache every day.

Blimey I thought if this is married life you can keep it. So bought a one bed flat and moved then guess what....peace and quiet at last.

Best of luck mate. B)

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20 Nov 07 #7098 by gone1
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I think this women has some serious issues. I think she needs help. She has done this 3 times? And you went back? I think U also bumped your head! lol. Chris

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