shocking. how can they allow someone like that to bring up kids??? i'm speechless ... the lack of an apostrophe in 'your broke'. just shocking.
Appalling, SW, simply appalling.
i am right in thinking that punctuation is a matter the court must consider when making any financial orders on divorce, aren't i?
Of course. S.25 MCA, or something...
Yes, it would surely be 'inequitable to disregard' the matter in this instance being so blatant.
it probably counts as a mental disability...
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