Think of the haters in your life as sandpaper; they’ll scratch you up time and time again but in the end you’re polished, smooth, and spotless..while they end up useless
There are shortcuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them-Vicky Baum
I am stuck, I fear! My spouse never gives me cash, so I rely on one credit card. He always gets the bill before I can, so he would know if I went to a lawyer.
I can relate to ^^^^this!
Look into a post office box and have all your mail sent to the box. Keep all of your personal records in a bank's safe deposit box if you can afford it or see if there is some one you trust that can hold to the records/papers for you.
Most lawyers have free initial consultations. I called one lawyer back in 2010 (I was hoping to be working by now) and when I made the appointment they asked my name. I asked them if I could just give them my first name and hold off on my last name until the day of the appointment and they were fine with that. I also asked that they not call the house because I wasn't sure what would happen if he found out I called a lawyer, they were fine with that also.
[This message edited by simplydevastated at 9:23 AM, May 8th (Wednesday)]
D-Day June 12th 2008, D-Day #2 Sept 28th
D-Day #3 Feb 15th & 16th 2010, D-Day #4 Nov 29th 2010
I do understand the feeling of being stuck. I'm lucky that SAWH has been helpful. We have split the income evenly, though I have to keep all mine in cash because I don't have a bank account. I went to open one up, but since I don't have a license, I didn't have the proper id. So now my next step is to get an id card. I know it feels overwhelming, but just keep thinking of the next step, try not to think about the next 20!