My wife been lying to me all these years to get her green card and been cheating with another man before and after marriage
She just file a false abuse report on me and want a divorce and the next day went live with a new person she cheated on me with and I was still clueless until Today.
I went today and the judge vacated the order due to evidence she was lying. Before she left me she said I don’t love you and I was planning to wait a few more month for 10 year green card before I leave you.
I was packing her stuff today and found her old phone with text before and after that she was seeing another man. I also found proof that she recently cheated on me for around a year.
I been devastated that she left me with our debt for me to pay alone, she lied and made people pity her and been writing stuff all these year on Facebook and play a victim. She set her post to only show her friend and blocked me from seeing the bad thing she lied about me all these years until 2 days ago.
2 attorney answers
If she's filing for divorce, I would file a counterclaim for an announcement based on fraud. If she hasn't filed one then I would file one for divorce and the basis would be an annulment based on fraud and if you want adultery
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I'm not sure what your question is, but if a divorce case has been begun, you can address the issue of how marital debt should be divided. You don't have to bear it on your own. See a lawyer immediately to help you with a divorce.
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