My husband is a loser! i knew that long time ago and was just in denial. Now, my problem is how to get rid of him. For the past 2 years we've been together he cheated on me 3 times, or at least that's what he admitted to, because i caught him; he physically abused me and to top it off he ruined our financial life by putting us into deep debts. Thank god we do not have any kids. I am ready to walk out of this relationship because last night i just had enough. i woke up about 4:30 in the morning and he was once again gone. He usually dissapear for days and come back home whenever he likes and all that time i drive around in the middle of the night looking for him. i usually get mad at him , cry, kick and scream but always take him back. But last night, i just wouln't care because i am tired of it. i would admitt that i dont know how to keep my cool when i am angry, and right now i am pissed, but i don't want to loose it. So in need somebody to tell me how to handle this situation when he finally decide to come home. My familly and friends don't want to hear about my problems with him anymore cause they had told me long ago to walk away. This time my mind is set, i just need advice on how to do it because i am not living the house, i worked way to hard to build a home for us and i am the only one paying for everything around because he is too busy wasting his money on alcohol, girls and his friends. PLEASE HELP!
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reader, PeterPan +, writes (26 February 2009):I would recommend having a conversation with a divorce lawyer how can advise you on what legal grounds are available to you to maintain the ownership of the house (if you've got the financial records to prove that you've been paying the mortgage without his contributions, all the better). Divorce laws are different from state-to-state, so I definitely recommend speaking with a local professional. He can also advise you on the best way to deal with all this (like keeping him out of the house... my first thought is the next time he takes off on a 2-day bender, have the locks changed and have him served with papers while he's out philandering).
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