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What was the 1st thing you did after Divorce?

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17 Aug 12 #350111 by Wiser
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The first thing I did after my Divorce was final was...

cut him out of all the family photos.

What did you do?

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17 Aug 12 #350124 by maisymoos
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Make a new Will!

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17 Aug 12 #350156 by somuch2know2
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do a ''happy dance'' with my girlfriend in her kitche

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17 Aug 12 #350186 by sexysadie
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bought a cashmere cardigan.

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17 Aug 12 #350189 by hawaythelads
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I looked at this poxy Consent Order that was printed out on economy copier paper with a rubber stamp on it, and i thought feck me that bit of paper has just cost me £300000 yes that''s THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND POUND!! For some old tart to do a number on me fecking another fella and I''ve just had to sell em my £400k house for £90k and then as the final insult I''ve got to then pay it back £60000 out of the £90k I had in the form of child fecking maintenance.Whilst I''m now having to find £10000 a year rent when I made sure my family was living mortgage free.Who now live with some fella they don''t even know instead of their Dad.
I thought they could of least have printed that mother fecker on some better paper.:blink:

All the best
HRH xx

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17 Aug 12 #350192 by fairylandtime
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Had to wait for the consent order & house to be sorted & then ......

de-exed the house :)
Sorted the finances ... To pay everything back & sort out x''s debts :(
Changed my will
Decorated (the way I wanted ... :))


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17 Aug 12 #350193 by leanng
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i am trying to think of what to do when everything sorted!

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