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Dear all

My daughter is now 12 years old, I left home when she was 5.
I'm divorce from my the ex-wife now, and our family home has been sold
My ex-wife had her own house and so di I,
She had two others daughters, and so did I.
My ex-wife is different, and I'm scared being left alone with her, as she twist the truth.
My relationship with my daughter as suffered, to the point, that she said, to Cafcass I don't know my dad. Not knowing her mum had stopped me from seeing her.
The ex-wife has been hounding me for money and claims I not giving her enough, as I run a business.
My business has suffered from the stress of the divorce, also at the same period my mother passed away, along with my very good friend of over 50years.
I'm still attending court with my ex-wife as she appeals every decision, at the moment they are going through my company accounts, again.

I don't see my daughter and don't know where she lives, all I have is my ex-wife phone number for contact, she refuses to give me the home address siting that I'm abusive to her and her daughters.

So this is why I stay away from her as the mis-truths flows, I feel like a walking target, Like this woman can do, and say, anything and every one, believes her mis-truths, and because I'm a man I must be at fault.

Can anyone who may of or may not being through anything like this this advise me, how I can improve my lot, without having to face this scary woman!

Thank you
A loving dad

Topic starter Posted : 13/10/2016 12:54 am
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Hi There,
I think where the divorce is concerned then you are in the thick of it and I couldn't really offer any advice, especially as she is appealing every decision that has been made.
With regards to your daughter, then if you haven't already then you could apply to the family courts for an order to be made, this won't be an easy proccess as by the sounds of it your ex will make things as difficult as possible and make up false claims ect, but many dads have gone through this and come out the other side with a good level of contact.
Not knowing what stage you are at it's difficult to offer an further advice, but feel free to ask any questions you have and we will try and answer them for you and help you along the way as much as we can.

Posted : 13/10/2016 12:55 pm

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