Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-23 00:49:04
ID: 67035
In response to a confession. I thought that too, OP. She told him she wants a divorce and all he was worried about was her taking HIS money. Sounds like a real prize..
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-19 16:13:22
ID: 67007
In response to a confession. You told your DH you wanted a divorce, and he got mad about the money? I think know why you are leaving. If you don't already have one, get a lawyer today, and do exactly what they say. My cousin was thinking about divorce, and started things in motion without a lawyer. The mistakes they made before they got the lawyer (like being the one to move out) cost them a lot in the long run, and dragged out the divorce.
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Posted by: Stormyweather
2021-04-19 14:09:47
ID: 67003
I don't do manipulation. I don't know how people fall for this shit. You're going to kill yourself if I don't continue our relationship that YOU fucked up? Knock yourself out, save me the trouble of divorce. Your choices will never be my fault.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-19 12:41:07
ID: 67001
If you're in a community property state, you ARE entitled to half. Half his IRA. All of it. Take screen shots and/or print out all of the bank statements so that if he pulls all the money out when you file for divorce, you have proof that he is hiding it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-19 01:41:35
ID: 66998
In response to a confession. Girl, it's 2021. You don't have to “ask“ a man for a divorce.. Leave his ass, get yourself a good lawyer, get the 50% you're entitled to, then wash your hands of him!
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-18 22:46:58
ID: 66996
I asked DH for a divorce and he got so angry. He said he "earned all our money" and won't give me half even though we're a communal property state and I would be entitled to half the assets. I'm halfway tempted to just take a huge withdrawal from his checking account (the moron keeps over $100K in there) and just bounce. I've had it up to here with his laziness and cockiness and how shitty he treats me.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-13 16:55:58
ID: 66974
My ex used to tell everyone how controlling I was. The truth is that I let him be himself, he could hang out with whoever whenever, I didn't care. I complained about him never cleaning anything, but I never demanded or forced him to clean. He spent whatever he wanted while I juggled what bills would be late. His current wife is controlling, she doesn't let him be on any loans or their mortgage, everything (including stuff he pays for) is in her name cuz if they divorce, she can take it all. (her words) He has to give her a certain amount every payday before he can spend freely. She wants him with her all the time, if he wants to hang out with friends, she invites herself. She makes the house rules, and he follows them. It just irks me that he acted like I was controlling when I wasn't, but now he's fine with someone who actually is controlling but doesn't think she is. She brags to me about how she controls him and laughs.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-12 02:21:30
ID: 66969
We broke up 3 years ago and he's been married for less than year. That was quick, but I guess I needed to see those photos to purge and finally let go.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-11 19:40:13
ID: 66965
In response to a confession. Wow, that's awful. Even my 8 and 10 yo can figure out to empty a full trash can. What does he do all day then? Hopefully taking care of kids, although he doesn't seem capable of that. Unless he has a mental disorder/disability, I wouldn't put up with that shit, esp if I'm at work all day. Nothing worse than a useless dh.
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Posted by: anonymous
2021-04-10 23:31:17
ID: 66959
DH has always helped me out and done whatever I ask him to do around the house. However, I hate asking him to help because I figure he should see an overflowing trash can and know to empty it, or see the dishwasher's full and clean and go unload it. Stuff like that. It's fairly exhausting to come home after work to see my DH has done nothing all day and instead asks me if he should help me out. I want to not have to delegate.
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