Hi Claire, sorry to bother you again. After careful consideration I want to go ahead and drop the charge against my wife for the Non Molestation order I have placed against her. My deadline for my witness statements is 8th Jan, with a full court date mid Jan. I have all her solicitors papers, but yet to read them. You were right that I should not waste my energy on this, it is very demanding and stressfull. I still love her and for the sake of our two children I want to try to keep everything as peaceful as possible, therefore I feel it would be better to drop the charge. ...
The question is, will the court have any issues with this? I will simply explain that I still love my childrens mother and want to try for a futher 6 months to work out a peaceful solution. Thanks and sorry to bother you on New Years Eve.
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