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Should I accept it...?

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11 Mar 08 #16440 by appy101
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My wife is divorcing me , unreasonable behaviour, work too long, don't do enough ironing etc. etc. etc. Basically just an excuse to get out of the marriage.

I have since found a pregnancy test in the bin outside, and she is pregnant.

Hang on, We haven't had sex for 3 months, and I've had the snip so I am useless.......lol.

When the papers come through, do I accept them and sign it, or argue the toss......?

Help Please

Dave

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11 Mar 08 #16441 by Angel557
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Think the first thing is was it her pregnancy test, it may be in your bin outside but could belong to some scared woman or teen and they have just dumped it.Personaly i would'nt dump it in my own bin if that was me.


But if it is her's and she is preganant with another man's child 1 , would you be want to stay with her , or 2, could you forgive and play a part in that child's life.

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11 Mar 08 #16442 by appy101
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Aaaahhh, we are already in the divorce process, I am just waiting for the papers to come through, and she is already making enquiries about council housing as ours is up for sale.
We already have 2 boys ( age 3 and 5 ), and as much as I would love to kick her sorry ass out, I couldn't do that to my boys.

News just in....
Found an MMS on her phone to "him", picture of her holding the test, positive, with the title, "oh dear, are you gobsmacked..?"

Kids come first, and it seems I am going to have to sit back, say nothing, and take it.........

Unless I contest, but don't know the process of all that, and would it be over sooner.

any offers

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11 Mar 08 #16443 by Angel557
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Just sign don't contest (it won't speed the divorce up) , your going to get the same result at the end of the day a divorce, don't line the pockets of solicitors that money would be better off being spent on your boys.

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11 Mar 08 #16444 by attilladahun
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I agree with Angel557:)

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11 Mar 08 #16445 by appy101
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God

I knew u all would tell me that......

I just feel even more hurt, and want to USE this in some way, even just to let her know that I now know,

Even to use it as leverage for mediation so that she doesn't try to screw me.... "I'll take it, but remember this....."I don't deserve this......

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