Why would a spouse say she wants to start over by herself?
So sorry to hear you are having this problem, but either you are not listening to what she is saying or neither of you communicate that well. I suggest you sit down with her and ask her why she is leaving. Some women need to "find themselves" and often they do this better on their own. In many cases a woman leaving a man is not always because of another man in their lives. Some women run much deeper than that. I can't believe that there are not some good reasons why she may feel this way and I think you have either been too busy to pick up on it or you are in denial. Please sit and talk with her. Perhaps a short separation would help things and give you both a chance to think things over. Sometimes a couple just needs head space. If you don't sit and talk to her you will eventually regret it. If she needs to go out on her own to find out what she wants out of life or you may not be giving what she has been requesting from you, then it will give you a chance when you are apart to really think things over. Please be very honest with yourself. All of us could stand to improve ourselves. If there is another man in her life this does not always mean she won't come back to you. Often women (or men) may think the grass is greener on the other side and more often than not it isn't. Good luck Merry Christmas Marcy
If you live in a separate property state that would mean your spouse wants to keep that property separate from you. If your spouse dies that property would not automatically pass to you. It would pass to the heirs at law or according to the will. It may also be considered separate property in the case of a divorce and the distribution of marital property. If you live in a separate property state that would…
How do you get your ex back if he needs to find himself but still has feelings for you and wants to start from square one?
Well, IMHO, one should not separate from, or divorce one's spouse, except in the case of abuse or marital unfaithfulness. However, the first thing to do would be to make sure one has a good lawyer, this is quite necessary! A lawyer will know what to do, but make sure one gets what one wants without leaving the spouse in dire straights.
Should you believe another woman when she says she slept with your man even if you know she wants him for herself?
how long does ur exspouse have to get ther stuff out of the house when they left and ther the one that wants a divorse?
When you have feelings for your friend who is a girl but she told you she just wants to be friends would giving them poems be creepy or tacky or would she like it?
Wives whose husbands have been involved in an affair often experience self-doubt and struggle with self-esteem because they think they were part of the reason their spouse had an affair. When their spouse is unfaithful in their relationship, the wife begins to wonder what she could have done better to prevent her spouse from having an affair. She may ask herself why her spouse got involved in the affair. She questions her value as a…
Not unless your spouse is on the title to the property. If not and your spouse signs, then your spouse will be fully responsible for paying the mortgage. Not unless your spouse is on the title to the property. If not and your spouse signs, then your spouse will be fully responsible for paying the mortgage. Not unless your spouse is on the title to the property. If not and your spouse signs, then your…
Listing all would take up too much space here. You're best bet would be to talk to a spouse and ask the same question. I do know that the military helps out some military spouses wth tuition fees if the spouse wants to pursue a career oriented academic program. One of the online centres that partners with the miliary is CareerStep. Career Step's MyCAA funding can help you become proficient in a growing career field…
Can a spouse quit claim a deed to a non-debtor spouse to prevent a property lien by a judgment creditor in Texas?
You can refinance without the spouse but you will need their consent to do so. If the spouse is on the title of the home, the answer is "no". If the spouse is on the existing mortgage the answer is "no". If the spouse is not on title you need to indicate on the loan application that you are married, and if you don't is fraud. At the time of closing she/he would have to…
It depends on if your spouse had a Will. You could get everything, you could get nothing. In my grandmother's Will she left her house to me where if there was no Will the house would have been sold and the money would have been split between her 5 children. In this case there was no spouse. Usually if there is no Will it all stays with the spouse. From there it goes to children.
"I need space" is just a euphemism for "I want to fool around with other people. It would be best if YOU decide to move on, don't wait for your spouse to announce that he/she wants to come back then gives you some kind of disease. Once the "I need space" line has been crossed, a marriage seldom works out... unless you're both going to a marriage counselor TOGETHER!
Why would an exboyfriend start talking to you after 2 years He wants to hang out but he is seeing someone else?
What is the proper way to address a letter to a husband and wife when the wife is a Major in the British Army?
How would it feel to be recognized as a hero or heroine by your spouse family friends and business associates?
You can check the index at the family court where your spouse lives. If there was a divorce granted there will be a file and you can review it. If there was a divorce you would have been notified if your spouse knew where you were living at the time of the divorce action. If not then there would have been a legal notice published in the local newspaper. You can check the index at…
First would be spouse. If no spouse, then children If no spouse or children, then parents If no spouse, children or parents, then siblings. If no spouse, children, parents or siblings, then nieces and nephews. If none of the above, then the next relative in line. (Grandparent, aunt, uncle, cousin and so on.)