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Tripletrouble posted 4/15/2014 11:19 AM

As if I haven't been put through enough, now my home and auto insurance are going up because divorced people are riskier to insure. WTF?? My husband shits on the family and so I forget how to drive and a tree is going to fall on my house? I'm so sick of this bullshit. Every time I turn around there's another slap in the face.

norabird posted 4/15/2014 11:21 AM

(((((Tripletrouble))))

I'm sorry honey. It's not fair. But you knew that already.

Charity411 posted 4/15/2014 11:38 AM

((((tripletrouble)))))

I'm totally with you on this. I feel the same way about the tax structure. You are penalized for being single. And don't even get me started on the subject of traveling single.

Nature_Girl posted 4/15/2014 11:39 AM

My insurance went down for home & auto. Please have your agent explain the rise in your premiums. Go in person, if necessary.

Tripletrouble posted 4/15/2014 14:48 PM

I grilled them twice. It's because I had a married discount that was removed. I could see if I was a new customer and this was their price structure, but I've been a customer for 20 years! I also had to pay utility companies to have the bill changed to my name. The same bill I've paid for all these years, I had to PAY to keep paying it! Ugh!!! It just seems like the world wants to kick a chick when she's down. I feel like I'm a second class citizen in a million ways.

Newlease posted 4/15/2014 14:51 PM

Get a quote from another insurance company.

Complain to your Public Service Commission about having to pay deposits to put the utilities in your name. I did and got my deposits waived.

NL

Nature_Girl posted 4/15/2014 15:05 PM

Yeah, you're not being treated right. I was able to put all the utilities into my name and did not pay a deposit or any other kind of fee. Also, my rates for insurance (home & auto) went WAY down once the divorce is final, something I was told is normal.

My experience was that the utility companies went out of their way to help make the situation as seamless as possible. I was open with them all about why this was happening. I didn't have to pay the final bill for many of the utilities, they sent it to my ex because it was his name (or they wrote it off).

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