Married 26 years, husband didn't want to be married anymore, moved out got a girlfriend. 3 months later he is having doubts and wants us to make a list of what we want from each other to see if we can work it out. Catch is, he still has the girl friend and she works with him (she lives in another city) he is her superior. He says he is trying to break it off with out any ramifications from his workplace. I have visited an attorney, told husband what attorney said. I will get a fair amount of money either way (dissolution or divorce). Husband seemed stunned that I had talk to an attorney. He seems kinda crazy, drinking excessively plus he looks terrible. Do you think I am being played? There was no talk of a reconcile until I spoke to an attorney. And he tells me he wants out of the relationship he is in, but he needs to figure out how to get out of it without losing his job. I think he's a dumb ass for getting himself into the situation to start with. And should he get fired that will effect me financially as well. But I am also lonely and might reconsider. So I guess that makes me a dumb ass too.
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