we have only been separated for 5 weeks. the divorce has not yet started we are shorting out the house at the moment, as we have a tenants in common agreement
yesterday sunday i have an incident number
The police where called out yesterday sunday 26th Oct i have an incident number
My ex husband screams and shouts in my face, and pushes me. the police have advised my adult son and myself to have bolts put on our bedroom doors and to dial 999 if he starts again and it will be flagged straight away and they will attend on a blue light.
Hello Clare, Thank you for the above answers. I have today received a letter from my ex husband solicitor. Stating the following.That after the incident on Sunday when my husband attended the property. He was subjected to abusive and threatening comments by my son. as a joint owner he is entitled to access the property, although he has agreed with me that he will only attend during the day at the weekend and before 7pm weekday evenings.
They want me to confirm this in writing, shall I do what is requested or get a letter from a solicitor. i have no problems with the above.
I have issues with the fact that my ex husband has removed lots of property from the premises which he continues to do so every time he comes back. I have issues that after he left the home last time the police were called as I was in extreme distress from his verbally abusive manner and clench fists. His solicitor does not know about the police being called. I have an incident number to confirm the above and two independent witnesses. I have on advice from the police had bolts secured on doors in the house, and have been told to call 999 should he start again.
Please shall I reply and keep a copy or do you a solicitor should. Regards
By saying the above will it have any financial implications on the final divorce settlement apart from the fact that the goods are already sorted out