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15 Mar 08 #16870 by steve112
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Look he needs to stop p*ssing around and use his key when she's out. Get the stuff, then do the negotiating. The best bet for the parting partner is to hire a van, extract all thier goods to a new property in a one'er THEN sort out whats what. I understand this is not always possible. i hope thigs work out for you/him.


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My partner is in the same situation, although apparently his 6 year old son regularly uses the barbecue, the saucepans, the wine glasses, his snowboard, you name it, the kids use it so it would be unfair to give it back.

She has decided on what his belongings are, and has put them all into a storage company without his permission. We have found out that this is illegal, but unsure as yet what to do about it.

My ex destroyed all my possessions 3 years ago, and I found the best thing to do was to ignore it completely - attention-seeking. He has never forgiven me for not pying any notice to this. It was hard at the time, but I am glad I didn't go through the small claims court.

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18 Mar 08 #17153 by Elle
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Some of the conduct people stoop to in separation and divorce beggars belief......I personally experienced 2 suchlike disgusting instances and chose to move on without many essentials.....was not easy, gave me a great deal of unnecessary difficulties and also hurt like crazy....I can hold my head high in that I did not embroil my children or others in a charade of lunacy.....staying out of the loop helps....but in many cases its not always possible
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