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Wife Left Out Of The Blue

One day a man came house from work and discovered his wife had left him. This was completely out with the blue and entirely unexpected. There was a note on the kitchen table telling him that following 15 years of marriage she had discovered an individual else and she was leaving him for the new person. She had cooked a load of meals for him and put them inside the freezer and she had washed and ironed all of his clothes and given him the name of a lady that could come in and clean and do his washing etc.

We asked our client what it was he wanted us to do for him. He was in shock and could hardly get the words out. We calmed him down and got him to tell us everything he could think of concerning the scenario. He was not suspicious of her and yet another person. He thought she was happy and if she wasn’t he assumed she would tell him. His wife was a house wife and had not worked since they had been married. Our client was quite old fashioned and did not want her to function. She had some buddies that she would go shopping with and she belonged towards the gym.

Our client said that he just wanted to talk to her to find out why she left. He didn’t have a clue exactly where she could have gone and she even left her mobile phone behind. We asked his neighbours if they had noticed her leave. A man had come to collect her in a red vehicle and 1 of the neighbours had thankfully taken the vehicle reg number. We created some enquiries and got a name and address. We went round there on behalf of the client and his wife was there. We told her that he was truly upset but just needed to know why she had left. She agreed to call him and gave him the reason why she left.

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