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    Just had my husband collect children to take to parents. He has left children in lounge and then spouted a load of untrue twisted stuff and mutterings under his breathe. I was feeling okay before he arrived now i feel really nauseous, anxious and the heavy need to get things going as he is wanting control of me and children and not happy he is not in family home.

    I don’t know what he will ask regarding children, probably 50/50 however he has struggled much interest with them whilst we were together unless telling them off. I think he will try to use them against me to get what he want (mainly any money we have).

    What should i expect please? Will he ask to take the children every other weekend (sorry i know this is a daft question but it’s in my head)? He works 9-5pm Mon-Fri from home (not ours) at the moment but is unsure how long he will keep this job.

    Do i need to have questions ready?

    Is there something i should be doing in the meantime, planning?

    I’m going to call Citizens Advice in the morning but with the coronavirus i’m not sure how that will be. Also need to get a family law solicitor i guess?

    Many thanks Cara


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    Hi there 😊 don’t worry medication can help and they not that scary. And yes you can have your questions ,  be prepared write down what you want , and see what he have to say. You don’t have to agree on everything is just a conversation and if it’s still some issues you can arrange another meeting. Good luck and take care.

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