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Goodwijo View Drop Down
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Joined: 16/May/2018
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    Posted: 16/May/2018 at 11:29
I had a major break down 3-4 years ago during that time I wrote multiple Chequers from a non profit organisation to myself totalling $10k to $15k. When it came to the surface I tried to commit suicide 2. This is totally out of character for me. What will happen, police are investigating now. Terrifeid everyday that they will come to my house

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  Quote citizen-joe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 16/May/2018 at 21:28
Yes they probably will eventually come to your house, but it is no good just sitting there stressing and waiting for it to happen.

Get the help of a psychologist to be able to face them and obtain a report from him, then see a solicitor for legal assistance. Depending on what transpires with the psychologist and the solicitor, you will probably be far better off going with the solicitor and the psychologists report, to see the police, rather than waiting for them to call on you.

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