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My ex-wife and I got into a really horrible phone argument

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My ex-wife and I got into a really horrible phone argument and she recorded it. I didn't threaten her, but I did say some really rude things to her. The divorce is done but I have a hearing next month to try and get back some property she took. Will this come back to haunt me?
Thanks for your question. The court will look to the decree and the law as far as dividing the property. To me the other stuff is just irrelevant here. If the law is on your side concerning the property you will get it back.

The conversation here is just irrelevant to the issues here in my mind and the court probably agrees. I do not see that it will decide the matter here. If this is marital property or otherwise was awarded to you then you are entitled to it and the court should agree.


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