I know who she has been seeing now she put up a restraining order so I don't try to talk to him. How now?
2 attorney answers
If you are seeking a divorce i suggest retaining counsel to help you deal with it and possibly the restraining order issue.
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I am sorry, but you need to rewrite this.
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