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Every Time We Move We Go Backwards

When my wife moved I to New York City in 2002. It was a total loss of money, time and life.  We were paying higher rent and I was making less money.

The reason for this move…I got her knocked up and she wanted to be close to her parents. We lived in New York for about a year before we were in housing court 5 times and got evicted. All because my wife is a bitch and didn’t work for over a year.

After we got evicted we moved back to my hometown.

We lived there for 5 years and everything was fine except her bitchy mouth and fucked up lazy ways. Now

I’m in South Florida. We are living with her mother. She wanted to be close to her mom again. WTF????  She didn’t work for almost 3 months since we have lived here. We are going backwards again.

Today, I took off work to go to a doctor to get more anxiety meds. But the doctor turned me away because I didn’t have insurance. I got a job 4 days after I moved to Florida. My insurance wont’ kick in until the end of the month.

The only reason I’m on anti anxiety meds is because my wife is a bitch and I got to medicate in order to meditate.

Once I save enough money. I’m going to leave the bitch. I’m sick of going backwards, living house to house and getting nowhere in life.

I can’t get ahead in life.

To top it off…car insurance is higher and it’s almost 400 bucks to register a car if you are from out of state. WTF How am I suppose to get ahead in life with this bitch. She’s dragging me down.

I’d leave her but she would get me for child support and alimony/palimony and all-my-mony….

Is it cheaper to keep her?  Or should I leave this fucking bitch???

I Want To Divorce This Bitch

My wife drives me crazy and I want to divorce this bitch. She spends all my money, doesn’t work and expects handouts all the time.

Does this sound like you? This sounded like like me for years. I wanted to get a divorce but not loose my shirt.  I wanted to get educated before I got a divorce. After doing some research in men’s forums and divorce chat rooms, I came across an ebook that helped me learn what I was in for. Click here to read about the book.

Here is what I learned from the book: “Insider Secrets and Strategies That Men Must Know to Win Their Divorce”:

  • How to find the right lawyer
  • How to safe a lot of money getting a divorce.
  • How to negotiate  equitable settlements as well as how to negotiate alimony and child support that won’t break you
  • The right divorce filing procedures are
  • How to communicate effectively with your children during a divorce
  • I learned how I can proceed with a divorce without the help of an attorney.
  • What to do to prepare for divorce court
  • What I needed to know before filing for divorce.
  • How to get back on your feet financially and mentally after a nasty divorce.
  • How to hide my assets so my bitch wife couldn’t get her greedy hands on my stuff.
  • How to prepare for the entire process.
  • When not to go to court or trial.
  • How to avoid getting tangled in a long, dragged-out legal mess
  • How to predict the long-term implications of alimony and child support
  • How to divide up property between you and your bitch wife.
  • and a whole lot of other great tips.

Divorce

Divorce
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Divorce or dissolution of marriage is the final termination of a marriage, canceling the legal duties and responsibilities of marriage and dissolving the bonds of matrimony between two persons. In most countries, divorce requires the sanction of a judge or other authority in a legal process to complete a divorce. A divorce does not declare a marriage null and void, as in an annulment, but divorce cancels the marital status of the parties, allowing each to marry another.
Divorce laws vary considerably around the world. Divorce is not permitted in some countries, such as in Malta and in the Philippines, though an annulment is permitted. The legal process for divorce may also involve issues of spousal support, child custody, child support, distribution of property and division of debt, though these matters are usually only ancillary or consequential to the dissolution of the marriage. In some jurisdictions divorce does not require a party to claim fault of their partner that leads to the breakdown of marriage. But even in jurisdictions which have adopted the “no fault” principle in divorce proceedings, a court may still take into account the behaviour of the parties when dividing property, debts, evaluating custody, and support. In most jurisdictions, a divorce must be certified by a court of law to become effective. The terms of the divorce are usually determined by the court, though they may take into account prenuptial agreements or postnuptial agreements, or simply ratify terms that the spouses may have agreed to privately. In the absence of agreement, a contested divorce may be stressful to the spouses and lead to expensive litigation. Less adversarial approaches to divorce settlements have recently emerged, such as mediation and collaborative divorce, which negotiate mutually acceptable resolution to conflicts. In some other countries, like Portugal, when the spouses agree to divorce and to the terms of the divorce, it can be certified by a non judiciary administrative entity, where also can be served an Electronic Divorce since March 2008. The effect of a divorce is that both parties are free to marry again. (see bigamy) In cases involving children, governments have a pressing interest in ensuring that disputes between parents do not spill over into the family courts. One way of doing this is through the encouragement of a parenting plan. In the United States, all states now require parents to file a parenting plan when they legally separate or divorce. The subject of divorce as a social phenomenon is an important research topic in sociology. In many developed countries, divorce rates increased markedly during the twentieth century. Among the nations in which divorce has become commonplace are the United States, Canada, and Scandinavia. Japan , France, and Italy retain a lower divorce rate, and it has decreased recently.

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