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    Ok so I've now had an email from my ex saying he's filing the court papers on the 27th April. So court will be happening and his parents are paying for that as he's not working. I'm on esa and cannot get legal aid unless I can prove the emotional abuse that we have endured over the years as I had never reported it. So looks like I will be supporting myself. ���� This is not going to end well.

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    You don't know it won't end well. Wait to receive the Court papers. He hasn't issued yet. Once you get them then we deal with the next step.
    All you can be is truthful. Once you have the papers maybe get a free or reduced fee appointment so you can have the options explained before making any decision.
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    I'm absolutely devastated I don't think I can get help with this. But your right I don't know how it will end. Another waiting game. The panic has set in I'm afraid. Thanks for your reply Peridot x

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    You can get help, it's just knowing where to start. Please take a breath you will get through it. As I say he hasn't issued yet.
    Let's assume he does, you are going to need some support, there are several options out there and which you can access now rather than wait to receive the Court papers.

    The Gingerbread organisation offer support in various forms and can be found here:- https://gingerbread.org.uk/
    They may have local groups near you that you could go to?

    I have also been told about Coram who deal with children law cases and offer advice:- http://childlawadvice.org.uk/
    I understand they can provide telephone advice and also reduced fee assistance although you would need to speak to them about this. The website has some useful information on it that may help.

    It may be worth contacting the CAB (Citizen's Advice Bureau) many of their offices have solicitor evenings dealing with specific areas of law. You may get an appointment with a specialist if they are available in your area.

    Please don't feel like you are alone there is help out there.
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    Thank you so much I've said your all angels on here. I will definitely be looking in to the above things you mentioned. X

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    Hello Allbee1

    I posted on your previous thread in a light-hearted way (as an ex-wife with endless ex-husband and second wife access to our child stuff) but I can now see things are becoming more serious for you.

    Maybe @Kati can merge the threads to keep the conversation going if that would help >

    http://legalbeagles.info/forums/show...579#post702579

    You come across as a Good Mum.

    I'm a Good Mum too but it took a lot of time and emotional energy to get the court to see that.

    They did eventually.

    Hang on in there.

    Di xx
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    Thanks that would great if she could merge the posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana M View Post
    Maybe @Kati can merge the threads to keep the conversation going if that would help
    Quote Originally Posted by Allbee1 View Post
    Thanks that would great if she could merge the posts.
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    @Allbee1 ... I cannot help you in this, but I have to echo the other Beagles by saying you're a GREAT mum xx
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    Thank you so much x

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    I don't know if this will help anyone else in my situation of being short on money yet needing legal advice/help. But there's an organisation called clock.uk.net. That I was told about I'm not sure how far and wide there services will go however if it helps someone else here's the link. https://clock.uk.net/ pleases delete or advise if this is not allowed but hoped it may help others struggling financially to. X

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