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    My wife and I seperated in Jan this year, and I moved out the house in Feb of this year. All was ok'ish until 4 weeks ago when she stopped contact with my kids. Stating I was treating my 6 yr old daughter differently to my 11 yr old son. I asked for them to expand but they never did. This is just a breif to the situation, below is what i would like help with as I feel I need to address this with her solcitor. I can't afford one so it will be coming from myself and i want it to be right.

    I got a letter today from her solcitor saying a few things, sadly none of it true, but it did agree for me to me my son and daughter on a friday after school until tea time which is huge.

    The only thing in the letter that concerns me is 4 weeks ago i had the keys back to the house we still jointly own. I noticed she had changed the barrel. So when i handed the key back i said to her you should of informed me or agreed to change the locks as we still jointly own the house. She denied it, but it was a brass lock barrel in place and not the silver yale one i replaced last year. She got very anger and lost her temper slaming the door in my face and swearing at me with my daughter present. Then she made the claim i had to as you keep entering the house. I have never once entered that on my own since i moved out, anything i've never needed i have text asking for.

    Her solcitors states i should not enter her house ( which is not true as its not her house, its jointly owned ) and that if i did again she has been advised to call the police and i could face an NMO. This concerns me as its not true at all and upsets me greatly. How do i reply to her solcitor over this keeping it factual?

    Thank you in advance of any help.
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    I should say I handed the keys back to her as i had no use of them, i stated I had the keys back.

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      Anyone?

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        And the police would not do anything as long as there is not a breach of the peace etc. Been in that situation, ex changed locks. I broke small pane of glass to get in changed barrel (and glass). Police arrived situation explained. They phoned my solicitor to verify then went away.

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