Telling it straight

I had to write an additional statement today, for the divorce court.

They wanted the extra information to include specific days and dates and instances and places and people.

It was difficult to go through the detail of everything.



But I couldn’t say ‘no’, obviously.

As a result of having to spell everything out, I’m feeling a bit sad this evening.

But the job’s done.

ps: The papers were delivered to her flat, somehow (and don’t ask how!) they ‘accidentally got caught up’ in her post redirection. I’m just wondering what the legality of a respondent receiving papers *about* her, is…? ┬áIsn’t the act of receiving a legal document not intended for you, actually illegal?

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2 Responses to Telling it straight

  1. Vicola says:

    Things are moving forward quick then. I’ve had some very interesting stuff about the girl from number 20 delivered to my house, I’m at number 2. She’s a bit of a rum ‘un and no mistake. I know this and yet I’ve never spoken to her and wouldn’t know her if I bumped into her on the street.

    • Brennig says:

      Ooh, I’m all ears for the info on the Girl From Number 20! But yes, things are moving forward. Sophie’s seen my file copy of the papers. She seemed surprised that I’m naming her latest shag. I pointed out that we’re actually still married.