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11 Sep 07 #3153 by Sunshine69
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Where does one stand when there is going to be a court order issued to get someone out of the marital home on the unfounded grounds of violence and wanting stability for the children. The allegations are false, there is no evidence to suggest violence,(a glass was thrown in frustration but not at the other party) the only discruption is that those involved are not speaking, staying in the same room as the children with one particularly staying in the bedroom and leaving the other to attend to the children. Will this become an expensive battle to fight one which is unnecessary as one party really wants to sort the seperation out fairly and without the need for expensive solicitors.

Can anyone give me an idea of what happens after the court order is issued and how this can be contested.

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11 Sep 07 #3177 by gone1
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Sunshine. I have never had to do this so what I say comes from common sense. My 1st guess is to see a solicitor. Normaly a court order comes from a court apperance. Have you been to court on this matter?

Best thing to do is stay calm. I know its hard to do but throwing glasses is not good. I got smacked round the face so hard it knocked me off the chair. Been spat at had hot coffee thrown over me and objects thrown at me. All in one night!!

I know its tough but try and stay calm and try and stay in the house. Its much better if you do. I used to put my ipod on and conduct my bussiness with diginity and not get involved and just not speak. Thats how I dealt with it. Mind you I had a nice garage as a bedroom \ living room towards the end so was OK for me. I was generaly left alone. Except for abuse nights when the above happened.

But at the end of the day it may be imposible for you to stay and the only course of action is to leave. It took me 11 months to get out which under those conditions was hard but it is doable. I wouldnt go thru that again. I would leave within days. Becuase my health is worth more than bricks and morter. Chris.

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11 Sep 07 #3185 by Sunshine69
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Thanks for your response. It's a dreadful situation one that is unavoidable.

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