This topic contains 4 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  fizzylem 2 weeks, 1 day ago.

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  • #99691
     Ichooselife 
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    Hi all, I’ve recently taken out a non-molestation order due to ex-husband constantly coming into my and my kids home for no reason and intimidating me. My problem bow is i cant have any contact with him whatsoever and he has alot of stuff here that i need him to move. I’m in a no win situation as i can’t/don’t want to see him or come near us but i need his stuff gone. Has anyone ever been in the same situation and can help? X

  • #99692
     KIP. 
    Participant

    Can you remove all his belongings to a friend or relative? Get a man and van if there’s lots?

  • #99694
     Ichooselife 
    Participant

    My solicitor advised me to send a letter stating a time and date to pick up his belongings but he didn’t send anyone and i cant afford to pay for a van as have had nearly £1000 of his rent arrears to pay off ☹

  • #99695
     KIP. 
    Participant

    Can you phone a friend of his or a family member to take his stuff. A member of my family eventually dumped everything at his new address. Can you ask your solicitor if you can now dump it all since he did not turn up? I would think you have the right to dump it all now if he has had notice and hasn’t collected it. If so bin it all or see if a charity will uplift. He will leave it there as long as he can because he sees it as a hook and excuse for contact so my advice is to dump it all as soon as possible. The quickest way is to get the ok from your solicitor x

  • #99697
     fizzylem 
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    Sell it, skip it or gift it to the local charity; you gave him the opportunity to collect it and he hasn’t. Personally, I would be trying to get some of that rent money back from the sale of any items – because you’re never going to see that again are you. Good idea to check with solicitor if you’re free to dispose of it seeing as you have access to his advice x

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