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Oh red flag red flag. That old "ILYBNILWY" chestnut. I would bet you a million dollars my friend, that she is having an affair. Seriously, this phrase is on page 1 of the cheaters handbook. They virtually ALL use it, and virtually everyone who uses it is having or has had an affair.
Wife has told me she loves me but isn''t in love.
No, it is not prudent, and no it is not worth the paper it''s written on.
Friend said we should write a letter both signing it, stating it was mutual consent, for 2 months, etc, so that I have some evidence that I hadn''t run off, if things went sour. Is that prudent? Or even worth the paper it''s written on?
Ummm... sorry but I think you are spreading misconception here rather than reducing it! This is extremely bad advice you have given the OP here.
As far as the legal risks of moving out are concerned, there are a lot of misconceptions about this. I am not a lawyer so do not take this as formal legal advice but, if your name is on the deeds and/or you contribute to the mortgage and/or the running expenses of the property, you have legal rights and interests that are not invalidated by moving out, especially when there is the expectation that you will return, unless there is an agreement in place under which you forego those rights and interests.