The texts and whatnot don't matter as much. Many states don't have fault divorce so it doesn't matter what he texted you. You can speak with the L about this. If you can and choose to file fault D, then you can bring in that type of evidence at that time.
Edit: woah, wait, I see your tagline says common law. That's a game changer. The financial stuff still applies (I am assuming you live somewhere that CL marriage isrecognized legally) but the fault/no fault might not. Again, speak to the L about the settlement process for CL.
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Up until recently, reading his texts were a comfort, a reason to not give up hope but they say actions speak louder than words
Inside I feel like a child having a temper tantrum, screaming and yelling that I dont want to do this, I dont want to go