I have been married 17 years having 3 children ages 13 & 15 year old boys, and my oldest daughter @ 17 years of age. My 13 year old son and 17 year old daughter want us to divorce. So the previous week. Without my wives knowledge, I transferred $300 from one of her MANY PERSONAL CREDIT cards, to purchase well needed food for our family. She became enraged. I sat down & began to use our laptop. I had a post it not with another one of her cards. She seen it and swiped it away. I then attempted to retrieve it from her as she held it behind her back. Minutes later my 13 year old son ran in declaring he was calling the police. Police arrive. After taking individual statements. My wife was asked if there was a friend she could stay with to be able to separate us and give ample time to cool off. She said she had a place. But didn't trust me to stay, saying I would destroy the house. Which is not true. I was charged with D V. She wants a divorce, but only after she sales & re purchases her a new home. Because if she is going through divorce at this time it will trouble her in the sale or buying a home.
You will be entitled to an equitable division of assets and debt acquired during the marriage and may be entitled to spousal support as well. Spousal support mainly depends on your ability to earn an income after the divorce compared with your wife's income.
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