Who knew divorce was so stressful???? UGH! Let me give you a little background. A few years into our marriage, I asked my Dad if I could have his wedding band that he had when he was married to my mom(marriage ended because my mom died). He let me have it and I gave it to my H to use as his wedding band, since his had been lost prior to that. It was a way of showing him that he was accepted by my family, something he'd always had problems believing( his own issues). Anyhow, now that we are divorcing, he's holding that ring hostage. He has always known(especially since cheating on me) that I expect it back if we divorce. He's trying to use it as a bargaining chip to trade for my engagement ring. Why he wants that I don't know, other than it is valuable. Any advice on how to resolve this?
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