I'm sorry it went down this way Arb. You trusted your gut and you were proven right. I imagine your lawyer will not want this made known and mess up the case on the pre-nup.
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Yesterday was rather hellish after having received this information. There are very few, if any people, however, that I can actually trust with this information, to talk with them about it.
It's really just a crap shoot if it would ever be used by my legal counsel other than possibly as a negotiation tool. My main question is: Once the ink is signed on the divorce decree, would any of you advocate letting members of STBXW's family know exactly what came down?
Her mom is in her 80's and is in delicate health. Personally, I don't think that she needs to know because of her health situation. But if she ever did find out, then I feel rather certain that there might well be a few changes made to her will possibly even disinheriting STBXW, or at least diminishing her proceeds.
I was thinking of sitting down with her brother, with the evidence in hand and letting him see the irrefutable evidence for himself, then simply let him be the messenger to her family. Another primary question of importance is whether or not I share this newfounded information with my own sons
, either before proceedings commence, or after the ink is dried on the decree.
All of your heartfelt advice would be sincerely appreciated!