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Hypothetically, can I sue her company for getting involved in personal family matter?

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asked on Feb 14, 2017 at 18:03
by   moanamoon
edited on Feb 20, 2017 at 09:49
 
Am going through a divorce, wife filed for it. We have a son together. Long story short, She's blocked all form of communication with me except thru SMS which she uses it as a message board and whatever left of our broken communication. So I call her direct office line to chat with her, my only way of getting to her, and asking about our child since we share his responsibility now.

Before Chinese New Year (CNY), it was fine she even called me from the office phone but after CNY dinner, now she's wanting to report police for harassing her office phone. She keeps slamming my calls ending all conversations abruptly. Just previously she said no divorce but live separate, but now after CNY, she's adamant about having the divorce after "helped by her colleague", and her boss advice her to make a police report on me. I did not call the office phone to harass her or her colleagues, only to ask for my wife, and to check whether she's in. I apologized to her boss on several occasion.

Hypothetically, can I sue her company or any legal way for her work colleagues in their working capacity not to get involved in our personal family matter?

CORRECTION: I've yet received the paper, but she informed she filed. 
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 18:59
by   jeff005
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 19:06
by   jeff005
You have nothing better to do than to involved other parties in your divorce?

So i call her direct office line to chat with her, my only way of getting to her, and asking about our child since we share his responsibility now. 
Why can't you use sms?
Son is living with her?
Buy a handphone and give to your son, call your son.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 19:19
by   vkpc
Happy Valentines Day.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 19:33
by   moanamoon
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 20:19
by   moanamoon
jeff, she gonna file it soon based on the  assistance of her colleague as mentioned in SMS.

You have nothing better to do than to involved other parties in your divorce? 

THE REAL QUESTION IS, her colleague got nothing better to do than to drag herself into this? So my question is, isn't there a HR violation of sort here? I dunno...which is why i'm asking... is this 2 separate case or one? One divorce and another is a lawsuit, or a pre-cursor to that? I'm not a lawyer, that's why i need to know what i'm dealing with. The ultimate goal for me is for her not to go through with the divorce. any constructive advice will be much appreciated.

Why can't you use sms? 
Wife doesn't really reply me when needed..i will have 10 smses to her before she reply me with one, a few wks later. so its not an effective way of communicating.

Son is living with her? 
No. My son is with me most days of the week. He has extra classes which im responsible here. And i check in on my son daily when he's not with me, so the only goto person is with my wife, when i need snap information when i'm caring for my son, there is no effective way of getting to her than to get her directly at work.

Buy a handphone and give to your son, call your son.
Sorry no handphone for a 6 year old for the time being.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 19:40
by   moanamoon
Yea, happy valentines day. my wife chun wan timing all this news...
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 19:46
by   vkpc
What is the reason she wants to divorce?
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 20:03
by   jeff005
my wife chun wan timing all this news...
In simple inglish?
She is reading this thread now?
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 20:14
by   moanamoon
jeff...i dont know...but the timing for the news was today which was symbolic in nature.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 20:31
by   jeff005
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 20:55
by   jeff005
U wan constructive advices?

Here it is.. digest it

So i call her direct office line to chat with her
That is harassment if she does not like it

and asking about our child 
The child is in the working place?
If not, you are causing her to be stressed up in her work place.

I did not call the office phone to harass her or her colleagues,
Did i see "office". That is both workplace Intimidation plus Harassment.

and to check whether she's in.
That is Stalking

she's adamant about having the divorce after "helped by her colleague"
You have proof? Even if you proof this is still contentious accusations.

I apologized to her boss on several occasion
"Several" means more than 2 or 3 times?
That is admission of Guilt.

Wife doesn't really reply me when needed..
Her legal perogative

when i need snap information when i'm caring for my son,
Learn to live with this type of senarios as a potential single father.
You are no longer in charge.

Sorry no handphone for a 6 year old for the time being
6 year old is the best time to file for divorce.
Child under 7 years old normally goes to mother under Malaysian Laws during divorce.
Buy your son anything he likes.
After losing custody, anything a non custodian father buy, can be thrown into the trash can.

All your actions above... can/may cause you to lose any custody of your son if there is a custody battle in the future.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 20:52
by   jeff005
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 20:57
by   jeff005
THE REAL QUESTION IS, her colleague got nothing better to do than to drag herself into this?
You are the one who has nothing better to do than then to drag workplace issues into any divorce. And in a Legal manner

The other party is a she?
Maybe she's bi and in love with your wife?
Maybe there is some feelings of triumph when able to break up other people marriages?
There are always perverted human beings in this world. Even aliens too.

she gonna file it soon based on the  assistance of her colleague as mentioned in SMS.
Her colleague is a lawyer? 
Can sign divorce papers?
Even a Lawyer cannot sign on divorce papers. Only act and file on behalf of Plantiff.
Those are just empty threats.

Post the contents of the SMS... full version to see what is she trying to do.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 20:52
by   moanamoon
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 20:57
by   moanamoon
Jeff005,

thank you for your advice. which was what i needed. just want a clear picture without paying a fee for it. i dont earn much, she earns more tha me. I care for my son mostly now as a single father, so what you're saying i will lose my son? 

No not buying him anything simply. Have raised him, so if i lose him, then it will be a pity.

THE REAL QUESTION IS, her colleague got nothing better to do than to drag herself into this? 
You are the one who has nothing better to do than then to drag workplace issues into any divorce. 
And in a Legal manner 

The other party is a she? 
Maybe she's bi and in love with your wife? 
Maybe there is some feelings of triumph when able to break up other people marriages? 
There are always perverted human beings in this world. Maybe even aliens too. 


I'm not alleging there is workplace romance, but going by your speculation, then workplace romance is allowed? or meddling with a colleague's personal affair by assisting in the divorce...no evidence, just a sms admission that a colleague helped her with the divorce... 
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