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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 22:54
by   jeff005
edited Feb 14, 2017 at 23:12
by   jeff005
Dude.. how old are you, your wife? 

You ask I answer
I ask no answer
This is a one way street.

U appeared to be very educated
With the help of Mr. vkpc you can self represent no need to pay lawyers fees and She pay her own. That is if she file for Divorce. You want the son? Never file for divorce. Never agree to a Mutual Petition. Ask her to file Single Petition and you contest..!!

What is suggested T & C of divorce above is just 40%.
There is another 60% additions in which to be filed in order to achieve 80% win on having Joint Custody... I say JC not Full Custody..!!

You may think I ask silly questions.. and non relevant at this moment.
I will be asking next what color of nightie and dresses she likes...
Dun ask me why... not relevant at the moment.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 23:10
by   vkpc
but i am aware if i hire a lawyer any custodial negotiations will incur a higher fee am i right?

You can negotiate on your own without a lawyer, if you chose. Jeff005 did that.

For example, you can tell them :-

1. I want alimony RM 200 per month
2. I want joint custody 4 days per week for me and 3 days per week for her.
3. I keep my car and she keep her car.
4. House to be sold and proceeds split 50:50

if she don't agree, i wont sign.
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 23:14
by   vkpc
5. Mother to pay for child's education
6. Day care split 50:50
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answered on Feb 14, 2017 at 23:44
by   jeff005
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 02:34
by   jeff005
5. Mother to pay for child's education
50/50.. My second court case the Yang Arief disagree, that is why it was amended to 50/50.
In my 1st case, she offered to pay full. I just rided on it. 

@ moanamoon
My first case was a contested divorce

My second case was she tried to change Joint Custody to Full Custody.
Her estimated legal fees was in the region of 30K, 140 pages of affidavits, exhibits and voice recordings. Which drag on for 6 months. Can say I had a big WIN with the help of vkpc and geng. Each to pay own legal costs. I self represented so no lawyers fees to pay. Filing fees less than 300, but photostat docs costs about 500. Attending court is very minimal.
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answered on Feb 15, 2017 at 02:09
by   moanamoon
@jeff005/@vkpc,

Thanks for sharing your experiences. I intend to represent myself, but wouldn't want to make a fool out of myself. We're in our 30s.    

how can i share with you guys without baring the juicy details here in the open websphere?
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answered on Feb 15, 2017 at 02:11
by   moanamoon
Also, worse case scenario, i lose total custody but my son want to spend extra days at my place, and i allow it. How many times can i get myself arrested for violating the custodial rights?
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answered on Feb 15, 2017 at 02:33
by   jeff005
edited Feb 15, 2017 at 04:17
by   jeff005
i lose total custody but my son want to spend extra days at my place, and i allow it
If you can trust me
If there is no wrong doings on your part like being aggressive or even affairs.
kaki botol, drugs abuse (other than smoking), being butterfly man...
There is a chance of 80% you will get JOINT CUSTODY

I do not fight for FULL CUSTODY, this is my T&C as I believe that children should have both Father's and Mother's Love and care. Your son will learn from the both of you, man and woman's behaviour.
The ability to care for your son not only financially.
You must study on Divorce Laws, the reason is that the last part is in front of the High Court Judge and questions are asked. Lawyers cannot talk. Husband, Wife, Judge ONLY. Nobody can predict what the Judge will ask. This is toughest part. It does not touch on Laws but on personal capabilities. Even lawyers cannot answer on her behalf. You must be more vocal than her and bla bla bla with facts.

We have our own Platform when it comes to too personal details. No worries.
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answered on Feb 15, 2017 at 02:39
by   jeff005
How many times can i get myself arrested for violating the custodial rights?
If you are jailed for violation, you lose even visitational rights, and the right to fight for any custody in the future. So, behave yourself.

Her lawyers will apply for Permanent Injunction that you cannot be even be within 10 metres of your ex wife and son.
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answered on Feb 15, 2017 at 05:10
by   moanamoon
@jeff005,

We have our own Platform when it comes to too personal details. No worries.

Thank you very much. I am not for full custody either. I will need to go into more details with u guys later on should i represent myself which is most likely the case. Meanwhile I'll need to do much reading and wait patiently for the papers to arrive. 

Her lawyers will apply for Permanent Injunction that you cannot be even be within 10 metres of your ex wife and son.

What happens after I get a Permanent Injunction imposed on me AND i still violate it? What is the maximum sentence imposed on this?

 
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answered on Feb 15, 2017 at 13:07
by   jebat
What happens after I get an Injunction imposed on me AND i still violate it? What is the maximum sentence imposed on this?
Why you keep talking about jail, you are a samseng (thug) or what?
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