This means that neither of you involve yourself in other’s life in any way. No harrassment or physical attacks.
It can be hard to interpret such language, and it can also be easy to be offended by things that have such a negative connotation in every day life. This language is actually very common in a separation agreement and simply means neither of you will interfere with the other by any means uninvited.
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[i]Originally posted by Erin Clarey[/i] [br]. This language is actually very common in a separation agreement and simply means neither of you will interfere with the other by any means uninvited.
Be nice if the X would get it clear about that! (See my Family Harrassment Post)
You are “strangers” to each other. He needs to leave your family alone. They need to file charges.
Is there such a thing as a restraining order that works if i live in a different state now? Or the family?
This term is in the seperation agreement - What does it mean?
The sentence reads: “whereas the parties have mutually agreed to live seperate and apart for the remainder of thier natural lives, terminate thier marriage relationship, and each go his or her own way UNMOLESTED by the other”