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Iyahna :^P Southern California, CA, United States 13036 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chels :3:</b>" No we're taking her to court to finally get ... [snip!] ... with this guy? You seem a little too involved. "WE are taking her to court.." What do you mean WE? This isn't your business."

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JΔS Georgia 74551 posts
1st Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Vile Tramp:</b>" :!:"</blockquote>



I've been married to M for almost 5 years and I still don't get heavily involved with his matters when it comes o his ex and his son lol.

Vile Tramp 2 kids; New York 32363 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Vile Tramp:</b>" It's kind of like how college gives you a ... [snip!] ... that he was getting receipts every time he gives his ex money for the daycare. Like a bootleg handwritten receipt from his ex."


As was I. But apparently it's from the daycare? Idk.

Chels :3 Florida 2017 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chels :3:</b>" No we're taking her to court to finally get ... [snip!] ... with this guy? You seem a little too involved. "WE are taking her to court.." What do you mean WE? This isn't your business."


Sorry shouldn't have worded it that way. He's taking her to court. I say we because her BS started breaking our relationship apart with the stupid bullshit both financially and the situations she does put US in. But no the actual act of taking her to court is all him. The verbal agreement isn't working, and it almost broke us up.



And no it's like legit receipts from the day care.

Vile Tramp 2 kids; New York 32363 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Vile Tramp:</b>" :!:"</blockquote> I've been married ... [snip!] ... married to M for almost 5 years and I still don't get heavily involved with his matters when it comes o his ex and his son lol."


You are a very rare type of lady. :lol:

JΔS Georgia 74551 posts
1st Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Chels :3:</b>" Sorry shouldn't have worded it that way. He's taking her to court. I say we because her BS started breaking ... [snip!] ... all him. The verbal agreement isn't working, and it almost broke us up. And no it's like legit receipts from the day care. "</blockquote>




I think if you step back and if she stops doing shit out of spite (because of your pregnancy) things will go a lot smoother. My husband's ex and I don't really get along but there's a mutual respect between us. I don't get involved in their issues unless its negatively effecting my children which it never does.

JΔS Georgia 74551 posts
1st Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Vile Tramp:</b>" You are a very rare type of lady. :lol:"</blockquote>



I know. Some wives just go all crazy but I don't see the point of that lol.

Chels :3 Florida 2017 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting Vile Tramp:" You are a very rare type of lady. :lol:"


I've only gotten involved because of the stress that's not needed on both my SO and I. She's brought me into it, the only thing I've gotten involved in was telling SO that he takes her to court, and breaks ties completely or I'm not gonna be able to handle it anymore. I ignored it, until it started costing us money. And whatnot. As far as there son, they have split custody it just needs to be written and court ordered so she stops threatening him, etc.,



Like I said I worded that wrong but when it gets to a certain point and his ex stops being civil, and effecting me life. I'm going to push my SO to go to court, so she can't have a say in our lives anymore. He'll have his days, she'll have hers, and there wont be anymore arguments.

Vile Tramp 2 kids; New York 32363 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Vile Tramp:</b>" You are a very rare type of lady. :lol:"</blockquote> I know. Some wives just go all crazy but I don't see the point of that lol."


I think a lot, and this is not to you OP, of it is out of jealousy and the need to compete with the other woman. Possibly being insecure with your relationship?



But, and I mean this honestly, congratulations for being able to rise above petty drama. :)

Vile Tramp 2 kids; New York 32363 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting Chels :3:" I've only gotten involved because of the stress that's not needed on both my SO and I. She's brought ... [snip!] ... so she can't have a say in our lives anymore. He'll have his days, she'll have hers, and there wont be anymore arguments. "



Well in all fairness, he will never be able to completely break ties with her.



I understand the need for a legally binding agreement, to try to weed out, unfairness and spiteful motivations.

Chels :3 Florida 2017 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting LEGENDARY JAS ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Chels :3:</b>" Sorry shouldn't have worded it that way. He's ... [snip!] ... respect between us. I don't get involved in their issues unless its negatively effecting my children which it never does."


That's just it, it's going to start effecting my child almost as soon as she's born. She damn near thinks she has the right to literally walk into our home at any point because she used to live here. Starts screaming at my SO in our drive. Tells my SO "I'm keeping our son from now on you're a bad father" and then the next week she wants to go out with her friends and changes her mind. She demands money from him because she can't afford "Whatever" and then we see pictures the next day and her bragging about buying year passes to Bush Gardens etc., etc.,



I don't even speak to her, I talk with my SO and this and what him and I for our family's sake came up with which was getting it set in stone the whole shared custody. That way she can't pull her son our from under him anymore. Or use certain things against him. I have my respect for her, she's the mother of his child which is why I don't start confrontation. But simply saying go to court and get this taken care of. It'll make things smooth by proxy. She'll have no more say in the matter. Her family has been telling him for years to get this taken care of.

Chels :3 Florida 2017 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting Vile Tramp:" Well in all fairness, he will never be able to completely break ties with her. I understand the need for a legally binding agreement, to try to weed out, unfairness and spiteful motivations."


I don't mean cut ties as in completely just long drawn out conversations and screaming matches (On her side) out of fear of her running off with his son.

Vile Tramp 2 kids; New York 32363 posts
1st Feb '13
Quoting Chels :3:" I don't mean cut ties as in completely just long drawn out conversations and screaming matches (On her side) out of fear of her running off with his son."



Ahh okay. I got it now.