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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 21:00
by   moanamoon
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 21:11
by   moanamoon
Jeff005,

In your bio, u stated u have an axe with lawyers who advocate divorce? Then yes i am all against it too...what you're saying here is i will lose my son in entirety? 

btw, also, given the scenario i lose total custody of my son, but my son still choose to come stay with me, and I still go pick him up...and i get arrested...How many times can i do this? LOL
 

 
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 21:08
by   jeff005
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 21:42
by   jeff005
or meddling with a colleague's personal affair by assisting in the divorce
Give personal advices is nothing wrong. To her it is the giving of constructive advices. To you, it is meddling. who is right, who is wrong?

Am I not meddling in your personal affairs by the giving of advices on how to get custody of your son in a nasty Divorce? Shall I stop writing just in case your wife sue me?

i dont earn much, she earns more than me.
Who ask you (and me) to be so stupid to marry a wife who can earn more...

Dude.. how old are you, your wife?
1st Marriage?
Will your wife sue me or not?
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 21:10
by   moanamoon
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 21:34
by   moanamoon
Jeff005,

touche...

but we are not colleagues? and the colleague who "has helped" her with her divorce is?
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 21:58
by   jeff005
You have not fully answer all the questions asked, esp vkpc (he is the best person to help you).

given the scenario i lose total custody of my son, but my son still choose to come stay with me, and I still go pick him up.
This senario will not happen in a nasty divorce.

Read on Divorce Laws
Full Custody
Joint Custody
Legal Joint Custody
Physical Custody
Legal Custody 
Legal Access
Rotational Access of Child
Visitational Rights
Limited access

If she mentioned she filed for divorce, then you better start to read up.
Otherwise, start saving between 7K - 10K for lawyers fees.

The papers can come 1 or even 2 months later. Or not at all.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 22:23
by   vkpc
Otherwise, start saving between 7K - 10K for lawyers fees.
Only 7k to 10k ?
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 22:28
by   vkpc
If her lawyer call you up and ask you to go to their office to sign the Joint Petition ( Mutual Petition ) papers, tell them you want an alimony of RM 150 per month ( or whatever amount you think is right )
and you want joint custody of the kid.  ( you 4 days, she 3 days per week )

Tell them you want these terms in to petition papers.
Ask them to email to you the soft-copy to right before going there.
Do not go there alone!
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 22:34
by   jeff005
@ vkpc

What is your estimate now?
Dun base on that Cheras case la... dun scare him..!!
I know you have revised my case to over 50K...
Maybe he is from Alor Setar.. cheaper rates?
Our dude here is still moaning over last nite full moon.. 
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 22:40
by   moanamoon
jeff005,

which question? the one after this post? Coz it was unanswered:

Jeff005, 

In your bio, u stated u have an axe with lawyers who advocate divorce? Then yes i am all against it too...what you're saying here is i will lose my son in entirety?  

btw, also, given the scenario i lose total custody of my son, but my son still choose to come stay with me, and I still go pick him up...and i get arrested...How many times can i repetitively do this? Given my stupidity know no bounds. LOL 
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 22:42
by   moanamoon
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 22:43
by   moanamoon
@jeff005,


What is your estimate now? 
Dun base on that Cheras case la... dun scare him..!! 
I know you have revised my case to over 50K... 
Maybe he is from Alor Setar.. cheaper rates? 
Our dude here is still moaning over last nite full moon..


For RM50k divorce case, what do you get? as compared to a RM10k one? 

Dude.. how old are you, your wife? not relevant yet. 
1st Marriage? yes
Will your wife sue me or not? you both aren't colleagues working in the same company. 
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 22:48
by   moanamoon
@vkpc,

thank you for that advice...i am aware of putting into b n w...but i am aware if i hire a lawyet any custodial negotiations will incur a higher fee am i right?
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