Getting an email from his lawyer was not the way I wanted to end my day yesterday. Her tactic seems to be to try to sympathize with my love for my children and to scare me. She says that he will bring a partiction of sale to the courts which is crap, since he would have to hire a different lawyer, as she is collaborative and won't go to court. He's far too cheap to go to court and would have to find money that he doesn't have. She also ways that "...studies show that a more peaceable resolution is in the best interest of the children...". How would selling the house out from under the kids be in their best interest?! Tell me that! She, who has no contact with my children and her client, who has very little, are in no position to know what is best for my children. Kicking them out of their house, no court would ever see happen, as it is always the intention to have the children experience the least disruption possible. Have they not been through enough already, having their father just get up and go with no warning to any of us? I have suggested to him that he and I get some help to get through this like reasonable people. The help needed is therapuetic, not legal. I will not give up my anger for having being treated with such disregard without some answers from him. If he were smart, which obviously he appears not to be, he would go along with it. I would be a much easier person to deal with if I were not so angry. He should know, better than anyone, that I will fight for what I believe in. This marriage is something I always believed in, despite his understanding of our marriage. I have fought for the marriage tooth and nail for 7 months. Even if the marriage is done in his eyes, I will not give up fighting.
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