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He got the divorce petition today!

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MrsGwizz Sat 30-Mar-13 19:20:24

www.mumsnet.com/Talk/relationships/1641567-Im-pregnant-husband-says-he-doesnt-love-me-Im-just-lost

This is my previous post. Fast forward 3 months and I have a 5 week old son, the house is on the Market and he is living at his brothers.

Today he received the divorce petition citing his unreasonable behaviour (relationship with an 18 year old whilst I was pregnant with our second child). We have already discussed contact, maintenance and division of equity these are not mentioned in the petition but he assumed I was "taking him to the cleaners", I'm not, nothing has changed from what we agreed and I'm only taking what is fair.

He came over to return our 4 year old and was being really arsey about what he thought I was going after, I put him straight on that.

Then he started to go on about the way "I" had treated "him" over the last 2 years as if somehow the fact that he got me pregnant then signed out of our relationship so he could stick his dick in an 18 year old is my fault! He can't understand why no one is on his side (apart from the 18 year old he's still boning)

Will he ever realise that he created this situation?

lemonstartree Sat 30-Mar-13 19:54:34

congratulations on the birth of DS.

probably he WONT realize he created the situation, or when he does you will be so far on that you will neither know nor care what is going on in his stupid head.

onwards and upwards !

izzyizin Sat 30-Mar-13 20:04:28

Attack is the best form of defence whch is the tried and trusted tactic he's employing to defend the indefensible.

He knows damn well he created the situation but he prefers to play the 'hard done by card' in the hope he can fool others - as if.

I sincerely hope what you're'taking' is not only fair but is also in line with what you are legally entitled to expect given that it's probable the greater part of caring for your dc will fall to you while their df continues to bone 18yos live the life of an unencumbered single man.

MrsGwizz Sat 30-Mar-13 20:28:34

Thanks ladies, I thought there might be some glimmer of remorse or guilt when the baby arrived but no. He wants to be 21 forever. I'm just waiting for the day when the 18 yo gets fed up with the 35 yo bf and he realises what fuck up his life is.

Izzy, fair ain't 50/50 I know what my babies are entitled to! smile

izzyizin Sat 30-Mar-13 20:37:15

The 18yo will ditch him long before he realises what a fuck up his life is, honey.

Fair is minimum 60/40. If was the judge I'd give you 100% grin

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