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Divorce Overseas: The Carnapping

At the time of this posting, the worst day of my life happened when my ex-wife called the police on me to wrest the car from me. Originally posted on another blog page in early 2014, it is now being … Continue reading

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My World Came Undone Today: Travesty and Farce Have Prevailed

Today’s three-separate-cases-combined-into-one hearing destroyed my life. My heart beyond broken and my spirit defeated, I am starting this blog with a numbness worse than any emotional episode and mental challenge I’ve faced in my life, hitherto. I am making NO … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Say Farewell to My Children; This, to My Ex-Wife

Dearest Isabella and Derek, my Kiddos for Life! Starting this letter is like swallowing red hot coals right off the barbecue, pulling my toenails slowly out with a pair of pliers, shoving a q-tip up my urethra, combined, and any … Continue reading

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Divorce Overseas: The Carnapping

The worst day of my life at the time was when my ex called the police to wrest the car from me (here), so it was my first blog on my anonymous site. For the last five months, I have … Continue reading

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A Letter to My Children, Whom I’ve Not Been Allowed to See in 150 Days

My ex-wife committed a 189-day parental abduction of the kids, so I wrote here in June of 2014 to express myself (here). June 17, 2014 Dearest Children: You, my children, are on my mind tonight more than ever.  Admittedly, that … Continue reading

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Court Negotiations in a Foreign Land: Part I

Blogging was therapeutic, so I blogged about the court processes here (here). April 17th, 2014: The Second Negotiations [Disclaimer: It must be clear that the tone of this whole experience has to be read through the lenses of an expatriate … Continue reading

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Court Negotiations in a Foreign Land: Part II

Going through court was hell, so I posted this piece (here) in April 2014. April 17th, 2014: The Second Negotiations, Part II ———- As I stated as a disclaimer in my first post about such negotiations abroad, please read this … Continue reading

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