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Old 06-08-2013, 06:02 PM
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I would strongly recommend you hire a lawyer. This could be a time-sensitive matter, particularly with an impending sale of the property. It sounds as though you have done all that you can do to try to reason with her yourself.
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Old 06-08-2013, 06:16 PM
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I was hoping not to have to go down this path, hence my post to this page looking for an alternate route, but it seems that some sound advice keeps pointing me to that being the only solution.

I have tried all that I know (and given the surprise demise and the "eviction", it has been difficult to remain grounded). Throughout this ordeal I have been careful not to say or write anything that could be construed as aggressive and completed all "tasks" prior to moving that were assigned; keeping the peace, biting my tongue in order to cooperate and with hope keep the emotions out of the pending negotiations. I can see now how delay tactics, partially answered questions have worked in her favour and (maybe this is me being bitter) can also see how this may have been planned out carefully to assist with the house prep, move things into storage etc....and once all that was done....get the "you need to move out as it's too stressful for me" direction. She knew I was weakened and she used that to her end...strange what you do not see when you are in the middle of the storm...and again I may be wrong and simply bitter but I cannot imagine doing this to someone. Anyway, I have a shortlist of local lawyers and will make the calls on Monday. I reluctantly acknowledge that it's the only way. Thanks again.

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