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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwannadecentincome View Post
    Some of you may be familiar with the tortured divorce case I went through, well even after the "final" court order the threats continue.... Well I see them as threats yet the ex says she isn't threatening me.... well in which language is this NOT a threat or am I over-reacting?



    The above is in relation to her using a no win no fee lawyer to freeze my assets (and I have no signficant assets) and set forensic accountants all over my affairs (and they won't find anything).
    Feck her............oh, you've done that already...

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    She makes some sense, why spend on lawyer if not to invest.
    But don't know the case, if theres any string attached in it

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    Get legal advice. Get a lawyer to send her registered letters that state that you feel threatened by her behaviour (giving examples of what makes you feel that way) and promise legal action if she does not stop. If that doesn't work, you will have to take those letters along with the proof of posting to the police/court and try to get a restraining order. The threat of legal consequences of her actions may calm her down.

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    If you invest in a property, could she grab a part of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Platypus View Post
    If you invest in a property, could she grab a part of it?
    Yes.

    They are still married.

    Even if they divorced she can go back to court and demand more money of him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post
    Yes.

    They are still married.

    Even if they divorced she can go back to court and demand more money of him.
    Oh dear, and my girlfriend wants marriage.

    Have to say no over the years but she fears for security if i'll die.

    Gonna show her this..

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    Quote Originally Posted by diseasex View Post
    Oh dear, and my girlfriend wants marriage.

    Have to say no over the years but she fears for security if i'll die.

    Gonna show her this..
    You have a girlfriend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by diseasex View Post
    Oh dear, and my girlfriend wants marriage.

    Have to say no over the years but she fears for security if i'll die.

    Gonna show her this..
    It works both ways.

    If she earns a decent amount and you don't allow her to be the main home maker if you have children then you will be fine.

    I should add I know some women who have been done over in the same way as men in their divorce/separation.

    Oh and both of you should write wills leaving stuff to each other regardless of whether you are married or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SueEllen View Post

    I should add I know some women who have been done over in the same way as men in their divorce/separation.

    Yes the famous 1%

    My gf doesn't currently work , and take care of the baby. I get her she wants security.
    But I'm planning to provide it on my terms

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    Quote Originally Posted by diseasex View Post
    Oh dear, and my girlfriend wants marriage.

    Have to say no over the years but she fears for security if i'll die.

    Gonna show her this..
    What a cheerful outlook you have on life. Who's your favourite musician, Leonard Cohen?
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