Join Date: Dec 2016
Location: The Frozen North
Re: Well that's one way to cope with infidelity -- She certainly showed them
If this is true, which ehhhhhh, however if true, this is one of the most well played acts of vengeance. One can assume that as an attorney, BW safeguarded her income, possibly with a prenup, but I venture to guess as an attorney, BW was a smart enough cookie to cover her ass. She would also know enough that public exposure would work to the betrayed husband's advantage in several ways. I have found that infidelity has worked to the betrayed's advantage with custody percentages. Some states and provinces mandate 50/50 custody, however, if you are in a jurisdiction where it counts, then...go for it.
So, by exposure, she gives her ex a gigantic kick to the nads and screws his AP. First it exposes the rationale for the divorce to the BH, giving him time to amend his divorce. It provides evidence for custody, and courts are apt to overlook the WW's unemployed status when calculating CS, as it was her fault that she is jobless. (This, I have seen) Let alone the atom bomb that this put into the relationships the cheaters had with their children. When the judge asks, "Who do you want to live with, Jenny?" You kinda know what the answer will be. And finally, the love vultures wanted to be together. It will be so easy as two unemployed idiots, in a small town, with a scandal all around them. Yeah, it will last as long as a fart in a windstorm.
Well played madam, if true, once again, but well played.
Say what you think and do what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind.-Dr. Seuss
Last edited by Taxman; 11-22-2019 at 02:36 PM.