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Dear Angela: My life has been turned upside down. I found out my husband has been having an affair with the next door neighbor for the last year. According to her, it’s been longer. He swears they were together only “one time.” That’s not the case. We’ve been to counseling, but it hasn’t helped me get over his infidelity. She recently announced she’s pregnant with his child. This news was like a slap in the face. He and I have tried to have a baby for the last 12 years with no luck. I’m done with him and our marriage. We have significant assets together in both of our names. My questions are: Will he get the best of the assets? How long will it take to get a divorce from him? Thanking you in advance, 
Francie – 09/30/1981
David – 07/21/1980

Dear Francie: It always seems darkest before the dawn. Despite the significant upheaval in your life, ending your marriage will be much more simple than you may be anticipating. As far as shared assets, I must tell you that they are distributed equally. In other words, neither he nor you will walk away with the best of the assets, and both of you will be satisfied with the outcome of the asset distribution. Beyond split assets, you will come out with more monetary gain should you decide to demand it. Alimony is appropriate in this particular situation. I do not see your husband fighting you on much of anything. This will make things much smoother for you. Look to have a divorce within the next 18 months. It will be determining the value of the collective assets that makes this divorce lengthy.


Dear Angela: Do you have any insights about my situation? My son is in prison and due to get out in the early part of next year. He’s in there because of armed robbery. He wants to return home and stay with me awhile. I have a small business and he wants me to employ him, too. I don’t trust my own son. I wouldn’t feel safe around him. He’s been violent since his teens and I’m afraid of him. I haven’t given him my answer yet. Will I be safe if I refuse him? 
Sharon – 05/03/1959 – Son – 12/19/1982

Dear Sharon: As odd as this may sound, I do not see your son being released from prison soon. There may be more things going on behind the scenes than you know about as I am left with an impression that either there’s more charges and/or another place he must serve time, or there’s an incident with him at that prison. The feel of the incident may bring about more charges on him. No matter what the situation is with your son, I do not see him living with you. You asked if you would be safe if you refused him and the answer is yes. The request for a place to stay and a job is merely to establish himself somewhere for a while. He does not really want to live with you. 


Dear Angela: I consider myself a nice person. I’m smart and relatively attractive. After meeting my boyfriend’s family, I was made to feel none of the above. They simply don’t like me. Apparently, I don’t fit whatever person they have in mind for their son. My boyfriend, Christopher is now behaving weird. He’s making excuses for not coming over to see me. A few times he’s even cancelled our dates. I’m beginning to think his family has talked him out of seeing me. Am I right? 
Angie – 11/13/1996 
Christopher - 05/25/1996

Dear Angela: You are correct as far as his family trying to talk your boyfriend out of seeing you, but he is not planning on breaking it off with you. Your boyfriend has yet to become his own man and seeks approval from his family. He is disappointed and dealing with his emotions. You can expect to communicate with him between now and the next several days, and he will bring up why he has not been around you as much as he was before. There has been quite a bit of reflection on his part regarding you and your relationship with one another. His intentions is to try and make this relationship work and please his family at the same time. If you would like to continue your relationship with him, you will want to avoid any criticism of his family or any ultimatum of a ‘me or them’ thing. In the meantime, enjoy your relationship. This is merely a small snag with your boyfriend’s family.


Dear Angela: Do you have any insights about my situation? My son is in prison and due to get out in the early part of next year. He’s in there because of armed robbery. He wants to return home and stay with me awhile. I have a small business and he wants me to employ him, too. I don’t trust my own son. I wouldn’t feel safe around him. He’s been violent since his teens and I’m afraid of him. I haven’t given him my answer yet. Will I be safe if I refuse him? Sharon – 05/03/1959 
Son – 12/19/1982

Dear Sharon: As odd as this may sound, I do not see your son being released from prison soon. There may be more things going on behind the scenes than you know about as I am left with an impression that either there’s more charges and/or another place he must serve time, or there’s an incident with him at that prison. The feel of the incident may bring about more charges on him. No matter what the situation is with your son, I do not see him living with you. You asked if you would be safe if you refused him and the answer is yes. The request for a place to stay and a job is merely to establish himself somewhere for a while. He does not really want to live with you. 

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