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Cheating wife divorcing me

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10 Mar 08 #16332 by appy101
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Hi all

Well, after me acusing her of having an affair with a work colleague, and friend of the family, her reply was
" no I'm not, and by the way I want a divorce "

3 weeks down the line, and I now know this for a fact.
We have access to each others online phone bills as we set them up when we bought phones together last year.

Great reading all the sent text messages of "Really great night, luv u xx" , and "Too long till we meet again xx"
And the received ones of "I can still smell you on my sheets", when she told me she was at her mates house for a coffee......


She is divorcing me for unreasonable behaviour before all this blew up, but should / can I use these texts to say, "Hang on, this isn't right"


Can they be used as proof....?



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10 Mar 08 #16334 by Marshy_
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Nope. Right or wrong divorce is no blame. So there is no point in divorcing her. It doesent matter who divorces who realy as long as its done. This happned to me. My marriage fell apart instantly (well a few weeks after 12 years of marraige) and she divorced me. My sol advised me to just take it. It is wrong as I think the divorcing party ought to be responsible for what they have done. But thats the way it is.

When you get the pettion called a service. You will get the chance to disagree with the reasons but acknoledge and sign and return the service. Its all wrong as I said but takes 2 to marry and one to divorce. Be thankful that you will be rid of her sorry ass soon. Best ones Falk.

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