I’m not certain what the problem is herein resolving this. I can see what the problems are but I can’t see why that cannot be resolved.
She may not want to cooperate in the divorce, and she may not sign any papers, but that’s not unusual and that can be dealt with by the solicitors.
With regard to her emails and nasty texts, and contacting his employer, that is harassment and he is entitled to protection from harassment under the Protection from Harassment Act and it makes a complaint to the police, she is likely to get a harassment warning. Further, he can apply to court for a restraining order to stop her contacting him in any way other than through solicitors or from contacting his employer. I am surprised that the solicitors have not advised him about this.
Although it might seem a mountain to climb, none of this is insurmountable and there is no reason why any of this should have been going on for the last 2 years.
Although he may ultimately be liable to pay child maintenance and spousal maintenance, he is not liable to pay the mortgage or the bills of house that he does not live in although he remains liable to the lender if the property is in joint names and she doesn’t pay it.
As he is currently paying what seems to be over the top financially, it does beg the question about the stability of her mind by ringing his superior because if he is being undermined and loses his job for example, she could be killing the goose that laid the golden egg.
There is no reason why he should lose his job because whether or not he is a good husband and father is a totally separate issue to whether he is good at his job or not and there is no reason why these spurious allegations from an embittered ex-wife should affect his employment position.
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