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divorcing my husband who is originally from turkey and worried he could try to take our daughter out

by nicola / Posted 07/06/2014 / Updated 07/06/2014

hi, i am about to start divorce proceedings against my husband who is a naturalised british citizen originally from turkey. we have an almost 4 year old daughter and i told him 4 weeks ago i was pregnant with our secind child, he flipped and said he didn´t want the baby or me, as it turns out he is seeing an italian student who is studying in our home town, so he is committing adultery, he is capable of bare faced lying so anything he says to me i now can´t believe. he said he would never take our daughter from me as he knows i am the best of each of us to look after her, i also know he wants to take her to turkey ´on holiday´ i do not trust that she would come back. does he have the right to do this, can i prevent her leaving the country with him? thanks for any info, i will be seeing my solocitor in 1 week but if someone could give me a little insight now i may sleep a bit easier

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