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Thanks for this, which is kind of what we thought. With regard to the High Street solicitor, should we draft a letter and have them rewrite it in a "legal way" taking out anything they think is irrelevant and do you have any idea what they might charge? Finally, would the 3rd Party be in a position to respond to this Solicitor's letter and get into a "tit for tat" type of discussion using their own legal support? If they did I assume the correspondence would be addressed to the Solicitor rather than our home address?
Will leave positive feedback as advice received so far is useful and much appreciated but could you answer the piece about the 3rd Party having recourse on our Solicitor's letter i.e. could they get a Solicitor involved as well and start a "tit for tat" type dialogue? Thank you..
Not sure I'd go alongwith the "thanked for their assistance and involvement so far" but thank you for your help and guidance on this. Will decide whether to take this next step very shortly. Bye..
Did you get my last item about issuing a personal letter ????? If not, I'll retype...
I'm going to resend something as I'm not sure you got it... I was asking whether, if my wife issued a personal letter to the 3rd party (to give her a voice in putting right a few things), while at the same time asking that no more contact be made (and committing to the same), it could be construed as harrassment or at least weaken our position legally if the 3rd party then made contact again?
Not really... I want to understand the downside of my wife writing a letter direct in simple terms..
OK - so it could not be seen as harrassment by us, if my wife wrote a letter back (her first by the way !) in response to the letter we received from the 3rd party at our house recently. Presumably however, it would not stop the other person sending more things through to us without the weight of some legal backing.. Finally, could my wife include some personal comments (e.g. "we are now moving forward in a positive way") in a solictors letter to let the other person know the affair is completely. She would like (and I think deserves) to have the last say in some way.
You've not really answered the question fully.... Please try to address all of the points in my last note and then we're done.. Thank you.