I was just wondering how many of you out there have tried to be fair about this and got screwed? The court ruled that whatever was in his posession at the time and whatever was in mine was what was what. Unfortunately, in my "delicate" emotional state, i forgot some items that were at his parent's house in storage. He originally assured me this would be no problem we could do an exchange. At a later date, he started going back on that during an arguement. It was then that i realized, hey, i have the whole blue pole barn full of his manly belongings, that's on my property, that is mine. So changed the locks and didn't tell him. He came down one day to get in and discovered he couldn't. Called me irritated. I said, hey, what do you expect me to do, i took you at your word, which he did give, and you tried to screw me over a bassinette! He was oh so sorry, he was mad at the time and of course i could have my stuff back, and he understood, blah blah blah. So i stupidly gave him the key as he said he needed to get something for a job that day. He brought the key back later..so i felt ok..next time he did not. A while back he brought a big trailor down and cleaned house pretty much. I have yet to see anything of mine, even something he could hold in his hand to just show me we will be fair. Nothing to this day...Im changing the locks again as there is some stuff left that he wants. What i have is of no value to him, or really anyone but me for that matter, hope chest filled with mementos, odds and end house decor, and some adirondak chairs i WANT. Wondering if any of you have any similar situations to share and advice to share on how you dealt. Im mostly pissed he would double cross me when he's offered himself up to be this fair and honest guy who just wants the best for all of us. Meaning him first i guess, that's the way it's going...
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