We are done either way. This last chance was supposed to be with counseling and he hasn't showed remorse and is refusing to go to counseling now so it is what it is. :(
What do you all think?
We had a member post before that did an EPIC confrontation... without being there.
That's how I would get him back.
She's another hole to fill right>? So she's at the end of the day inconsequential. Stick it to him but do it in such a way that has shock value and gives you a nice memory, but does irrevocably stuff things up for you.
Perhaps his stuff is all gone? Be creative
Together 15 years, married 6, 1 child (a girl), age 7.
WH: 36 y.o., EA/PA since March
OW: 25, 1 child (not WH's)
Me: 33, BS
Separated Nov. 16, 2013
Filing for divorce: Jan. 27, 2014
I know that contacting OW is what you really, really want to do; but, if they can cheat with a MM, what is to stop them from lying to you??
Have you seen a lawyer to find out what your options are as far as custody and child support? Every state is different, but usually they favor the mother, so hopefully that will work to your benefit.
I am so sorry your WH isn't fighting for your M. You and your baby deserve so much better!
Better to get a shark attorney and go the "scorched earth" route on your WS.
Revenge.....gotta love it!!!!
But you know that she has no intrest in helping you, youre the evil wife. She has no reason to tell the truth, and she certainl isn't a mentally stable person if she knowingly got involved with a MM.
I agree file, and rock his world by being dignified, and making a huge impact, like packing up his shit, and checking him into a room at a Motel 6 with a Debit Card in his name only, with just enough money in the account to pay for one night.
FTG, and talking to OW will not help you in any way.
Speaking of which, I hope that you're having him served away from your house. If you have not already done so, today or tomorrow latest, I would open up a new bank account in your name only, transfer 1/2 of the funds in the joint account into it, change the locks on your house, reserve a room in his name at the local Motel 6 for Saturday and Sunday nights, and hefty bag his stuff into the garage for him to pick up later. And remember that if he has a garage door opener, you need to either get it, or keep the opener unplugged so he can't get in that way. Doing the above will make a FAR stronger statement than calling his latest piece of fluff. (((hugs)))
D-Day, June 10, 2012
"We're not broken, just bent. We can learn to love again."