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    • #21174
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Do you think its a good idea to sue my ex for the trauma that hes put me through thanks

    • #21180
      SaharaD
      Participant

      Probably not pain and suffering isn’t really recognised in UK law.

      If he was arrested or convicted maybe you can claim from the criminal injuries compensation fund.

      The last thing you need is anymore contact with him and his abusive ways via the court systems.

      Abusers are very good at manipulating and abusing the court system to further abuse you. It’s a toss of the coin whether the judge or lawyers present pick up on this and put a stop to it.

      If you have got to sort out finances and childcare and contact arrangement via court it’s worth mentioning the trauma there on that case documents and statenents,particularly if it caused you so much damage as to affect the children or to affect your ability to work for an income.

    • #21216
      Anonymous
      Inactive

      Thank you .. maybe i should wait till hes convicted as he still on bail . Iam waiting on police making a decsion

    • #21225
      KIP.
      Participant

      Speak to a solicitor, most offer free initial advice. There are time limits and yes i would seriously consider it. Im doing it. Speak to Rights for Women. You may get legal funding for this. My ex has money and a huge pension so it also depends if your ex has assets.

    • #21226
      KIP.
      Participant

      A criminal conviction is great evidence too.

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