When my wife left for the fourth time she only took her clothes . We had moved into my friends house and set up our room . We put as much into storage and the rest at the house . When she moved out to get her own place she bought a $3000 dollar bed on credit for 1/2 off in her name because my credit is not that great . So I asked her if I sale our other king size bed and something happens again you arent taking the bed .Well she split and wants her bed . It is also in one of our church friends name . How she managed that I dont know but the lady doesnt want it on her credit . So I told her to get the lady's name off first . She got angry and told me to keep her stuff and hung up . So now she is calling again and wants her stuff . I was going to tell her if she thinks she is bringin the bed over to the other guys apt forget it . I didnt get that far on the phone with her . I was going to tell her if she doesnt move out of our old neighbors apt while married to me I will not tolerate this and you will get nothing , especially the bed . Any legal advice about the bed ? Since it is her name but we are married still ? I moved and she doesn't know where I live . I dont want to give up the bed if I dont have to . Let her sleep on the floor , she left again and wont try counseling or any type of help . I am the one who got help for alcoholism and been sober over 6 months through all this confusement . She is the one that lost her job (alcohol) her place (meth) and is blaming everyone else except herself . Would anyone else give her things back if she left and only took her clothes . She should of took it that day she split when I was at work . I dont know the legal part of it . She hasnt called the cops or anything about her belongings or filed for divorce .
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