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#768951 - 12/03/14 12:50 AM Separation
DRobinS Offline

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I have recently found that my wife is buying prescription drugs and marijuana from an acquaintance and have confronted her several times over the past 3 months. I have left her and taken the children from her in the past because of prescription drug use, but we reconciled. We have been reconciled for 4 years. I also have found evidence of sex-ting with two other men in the same time span, but have not found evidence of adultery (I suspect that will be found once I subpoena the text records). I work for a construction company that performs work on a local nuclear site and am concerned about my security status given her transgressions. Do I have grounds for divorce with out having to pay alimony or maintenance? I am concerned because I have to get a place to live and would rather buy than rent. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

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#768952 - 12/03/14 07:55 PM Re: Separation [Re: DRobinS]
Redlegg Offline
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Sounds like you need to report the illegal activity. How can you maintain a security status, when you are not willing to report illegal activity. Of course who knows how that will play into alimony or support, or custody, but you probably do not want to be seen, security wise, as someone who is willing to let crimes slide. If you were to lose your security status because of that, where does that leave you, as far as supporting your family. Definitely contact a lawyer when it comes to anything to do with divorce or separation, etc.

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#768953 - 12/03/14 11:23 PM Re: Separation [Re: Redlegg]
DRobinS Offline

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You are absolutely right and I had not thought of it in that way. Thanks for the insight.

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#768954 - 01/22/15 08:02 PM Re: Separation [Re: DRobinS]
RedskinFan Offline
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How long have you been married?

My attorney said that if you catch your partner cheating and you take them back, and more than 6 months has passed, you can no longer play the adultery card. They view the 6 months reconciliation as forgiveness for the affair.

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