I am new to this group. I have been on daily strength for several months after losing my baby at four months pregnant. I just left my husband this last weekend when I found out he was lying a lot, to the point that he was taking off for his "job" as a pilot and found out that he had been fired months before that. There is a lot more lies mainly financial including a business that he was running for awhile and some wierd and shady stuff going on there. In my consultation with my lawyer he strongly recommended going straight into divorce due to the situation and saying that I needed to be seperated from him as far as possible to protect myself. I understand this, but I feel like things are moving so fast, and really wish I could just hold off to breath for a little bit now that I am living on my own. At the same time I would love to get on with my life and create the family I have always wanted. So I am seeing my lawyer tomorrow and I am going to have to either give him a green light to go forward on the divorce or really I am not sure the other options. I was hoping anyone might have some advice of what to do. My husband is still communicating with me and I am definately the one that is moving along with this. Help, please! I would love some advice.
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