It's been 5 years. I've changed my life style, my financial habits, my way of thinking, sharing, spending time and money, etc. Him: his big change is that he now has access to money (mine) to make his life easier. While my life has changed for him, his has only grown to indulge bad money habits. I'm going bored and broke. Is there an inexpensive way out of this?
Out of what? Marriage, civil union, roommates , etc? Since relationship is not stated, there is no way to answer your question. Would suggest that you talk to an attorney in your area who can get the relevant facts from you and then give advice. Evan Bruno would be a good choice, and his office is in Urbana.
I agree with Burton. If you are married, then you get divorced (ditto with civil union). Consult with a local attorney.
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