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11 Sep 07 #3179 by Gwenmoon
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I am still no further on than last time my ex will not agree to what I am asking for and I now feel it has all been a complete waste of time. He is continuing to make things spread out so that the money is wasting away and he knows this because he is now trying to bully me . He keeps telling the boys to tell me things and sends me threatening e-mails. And now he is trying to offer me a bribe saying he will give me money if i except 45% of the house. I have told him no and to leave me alone . He has let this go to far through the courts and would not agree to my original offer of £10,000. I am not going to except an offer from him out of the eyes of the court as i know what my ex is like and he would land me in it . He is bullying me and i am not sure what to do should i ignore him or should i tell my solicitor what hes is up too. Is this fraud i don't want to get involved in it . Not sure quite what to do .

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11 Sep 07 #3181 by gone1
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Hi Gwen. Yes yes yes. Tell your solicitor. You must not hide anything from him / her. They are the only person in your corner. They say all's fair in Love and ancilory relief. It is combatative and each party goes to war with the other. Read between the lines. He must be desperate for him to do this. I know its hard but you have to ignore it. You could present the emails etc to your solicitor and get them to send a letter to him warning him that any more threts will be dealt with by a non molestation order slapped on him. That should shut him up. But this goes with the turf. Divorce is nasty business. Just keep calm and smile. Dont let him know he is getting to you. Chris.

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12 Sep 07 #3258 by Gwenmoon
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Thanks chris ,
I rang and told my solicitor what he was doing and she is writing to his to say if he doesn't stop she will apply for a court order to stop him. she also told me she can apply have his assets frozen as he is trying to dispose of them to stop me getting any of his pension and she said the courts will not few this as good for him at the next hearing which is the FDR. All he is doing is making worse for himself. She told me to keep all the threatening emails he has sent incase she needs to take it further . Can't wait to show her the one where he is slagging her off and calling her a money screwer.

THANKS GWEN :):laugh::cheer:

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12 Sep 07 #3259 by gone1
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Ha ha. See it does work. Chris

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