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“She didnot allow initially our child(My bother’s baby)to visit her own house we accepted”-

you said you are living separately with parents and your brother and sister-inlaw are living in separate house.

what do you mean by OUR CHILD- child is of your bother and sister in law. you are relative/dependents of your brother. you said initially she did not allowed their child to visit your parents home, did she allowed later. How old was the child then? Do you/parents interfere in their daily life? you/your parents seem to be very protective about your brother. most of the matrimonial problems/conflicts happens only if there is a interferance. if they have a child so they had a good time together also.

if she is fraud or a thief can you prove it in court. what type of things she stole?

when you are sick & suffering you need peace you prefer to see people you love and care. did your brother inform her that they were coming to see her. was there any argument?

what was your & ur brothers role when your parents were hurted. did he/u not intervened??

once you have sent a judicial separation papers why will she still stay with your brother. obviously she will move out with minor child and if she has admitted child in the school it shows that she is concerned about the child and every child has to be educated.

one needs to understand real story of both side to give right advice.

cruelity either by woman or man should be condemned.

now the case has already been filed.. fight it back.. and you have no choice.