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well we were all right it has all kicked of again

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FluffyMummy123 Mon 11-Aug-08 10:44:00

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FluffyMummy123 Mon 11-Aug-08 10:44:27

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Slouchy Mon 11-Aug-08 10:45:24

Oh cack. Really sorry this is happening but sounds like sis is Well Rid.

What a twat.

Tortington Mon 11-Aug-08 10:45:25

she's is lucky she has a support network as good as you
sorry this is happening

RubyRioja Mon 11-Aug-08 10:45:36

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FoghornLeghorn Mon 11-Aug-08 10:45:53

Oh dear Cod
Great that Sister and kids are coming on your hols and brother managed to pull some strings though

youcannotbeserious Mon 11-Aug-08 10:46:06

sorry to hear that... Why has she hidden the paperwork? From her husband or from you?

GLad she has some support. She does need to keep focussed right now and work towards securing the best settlement for the kids.

HuwEdwards Mon 11-Aug-08 10:46:13

well, at least your sis has a plan now, rather than this never-ending dithering and walking on egg-shells whilst waiting for him to make his mind up (or change it). V. sorry for your sis.

hippipotami Mon 11-Aug-08 10:46:54

Oh bugger sad

But good in a way that the decision has been made and things are being set in progress.

Good for your ds that she has you and other family around her.

Has bil taken his midlife crisis to ow now?

FluffyMummy123 Mon 11-Aug-08 10:47:15

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FluffyMummy123 Mon 11-Aug-08 10:47:44

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Overmydeadbody Mon 11-Aug-08 10:48:13

Good to hear she has a plan.

Fatten her up while on holiday!

FluffyMummy123 Mon 11-Aug-08 10:48:59

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cocolepew Mon 11-Aug-08 10:49:21

Oh crap. It wasn't looking good for the start, though. Your poor sister sad

ShinyPinkShoes Mon 11-Aug-08 10:49:25

Very sorry to hear this Cod.

Your sister is so lucky to have such a supportive family; I know things will probably feel very crap right now but with you propping her up she is sure to be okay very soon.

CountessDracula Mon 11-Aug-08 10:49:30

Oh bugger

Still tbh it sounds like she is well rid of him.

cocolepew Mon 11-Aug-08 10:50:54

Why do you have some sympathy for bil?

Dior Mon 11-Aug-08 10:50:56

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FluffyMummy123 Mon 11-Aug-08 10:51:19

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HuwEdwards Mon 11-Aug-08 10:54:08

I can't begin to think how I would be if this happened to one of my DDs...breakdown or not, I rather think I'd want his testicles on a pitchfork.

DillyTanty Mon 11-Aug-08 10:56:18

aw your poor sis and family, your mum must want to murder him. i would, at any rate. silly arsehole.

ImnotOK Mon 11-Aug-08 10:56:47

It dosen't sound stupid cod ,thats what mums are for .

You sound like such a supporive family hope you are ok too .

When you have sisters you will do anything for them not to be hurt I am having a bad time with mine atm so know how it feels .

sallystrawberry Mon 11-Aug-08 10:57:21

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NorbertDentressangle Mon 11-Aug-08 10:59:44

Oh God. Its all happening now isn't it, although probably for the best in a way.

Use this holiday to talk, to laugh, to re-charge batteries and come out strong
(both of you that is, as it sounds like you'll need to be strong to support her through this too)

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