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Divorce Lawyers Admit The Pettiest Ways People Have Screwed Over Their Spouses


March 30, 2019  

Divorce is never something anyone really wants.

Aside from meaning the end of a family unit and the failure of what was likely once a promising relationship, divorces can also bring out the worst in people. Sadly, there is no shortage of individuals who choose to use their divorce proceedings as a tool for inflicting harm and vengeance on the spouses they’re divorcing. The process of ending a marriage can be a truly ugly thing, and some participants can be bitter and downright brutal towards their exes-to-be.

Don’t believe me? Here are some stories of personal experience with such cases from people who had front row seats to watch it all go down.

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31. That’s Quite the Back Story

Not a lawyer.

Parents divorce seemed simple: dad cheated on mom, mom gets custody of me. Dad didn’t like paying alimony and child support to the tune of $2k a month after he gave up rights. Dad had great idea, pay a hitman $15k to kill soon to be ex-wife. Dad goes through with it, idiot actually pays undercover cop the money. Dad then flys back to Canada (home) and wait for results. International task force is formed to try and detain him. Geraldo Rivera covers story, idiot dad gets arrested in Toronto and flown back to California.

In this process I was three in care of family back down south, mother in protection by police. Dad’s family, apparently wealthy, gets good lawyer and he is charged with 17 felonies—can’t remember how many he was convicted of. He gets 18 months. After all of this mom still had to sue for divorce it took two years.

Mother is ok, is bipolar now and had to move out of state. I moved back after the military. Father is out just not allowed in country, never met him. Have talked four times. Found out when I was 18, after issue in military.

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