The first thing you need to do is decide if you are willing to give this marriage a chance to work out or do you feel that the difference are irreconcilable to such an extent that divorce is the only option. If you choose to give the marriage a chance then withdrawing the complaint on the grounds that you wish to give things a second chance, does not really hamper your chance of divorce later. If at all things don’t work out you can always approach the family court and initiate the proceeding for divorce, having withdrawn your complain will not really effect the proceedings in any way.
Since you are talking about taking back your things, it looks like you have made up your mind about seeking a divorce. Once you file for divorce you shall have the opportunity to list all the items that are left at your marital house, in the petition. If there are instances of any genuine domestic violence then report the same to the local police station and include all facts in the divorce petition. Please bear in mind that as far as domestic issues are concerned the various institutions and cells are only a primary measure and divorce can only be granted by a court of law having suitable jurisdiction.
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