This photo caused my wife to file for a divorce. It is one of the worst things that ever happened to me. The photos of my daughter when she was three, and now for the past four years, after we’ve moved from one house to the next, have shown up on the news, in magazines, and on the Internet. We moved from the town next to our daughter’s college campus to the one where all of her friends were.
After going through a divorce, I’m not about to take anyone’s advice and blame my wife for the divorce. I just wish I would have realized that my daughter’s photo was causing our family to break up. It’s not that she was the cause, it’s that her picture was the cause. She was the cause because her picture was a huge part of this family’s life.
What the photo did was cause my wife to file for a divorce. And yes, that is the exact phrase used in the headline. We weren’t even married at the time. She was already cheating on me with a guy. So she filed for divorce just to have my family break up. We don’t know what the hell she did with the photo, but we know she is a cheater.
We have our own cheater, though, and he did it to get back at me. My wife filed for divorce just because she was fed up with being married to me and she felt she could have anything she wanted. And she did have a lot. I didn’t want to file for divorce because I thought it was going to be just me. The divorce was the only way, though, to keep her from marrying a guy like him.
It’s been a pretty long time since I’ve heard any of this but, while I don’t know the details of her cheating, there is a real possibility that this divorce was initiated by her husband. Apparently there is a divorce law in California called the “Fraudulent Divorce” law, which lets the parties split up for a number of reasons. Divorce is one of those reasons.
I’m not sure what it means but it seems to me that a number of the things that I said about filing for divorce are true. For starters this photo was probably taken in the 1990s. The law, though, doesn’t allow for either party to be a victim. So if you’re a victim, you can fight the divorce.
There’s a couple of things to consider here. One is that maybe she’s actually the victim of the fraud. It’s a complicated issue because while California has a Fraudulent Divorce law, it’s not exactly a free-for-all. One might argue that if you’re a victim, the law should treat you like one. But that would be setting up a straw man argument, and it’s not really fair to the victim.
Maybe, but this divorce is the result of a man who didnt want to accept his wife’s cheating, and when the divorce came in, he filed for it anyway. He was upset enough that he went so far as to post this on Facebook. I think it’s safe to say that his wife wasnt thrilled by this, so she filed a Domestic Violence Lawsuit.
We all know how that story was made. I am on the fence about it, but the fact that youre not sure if youre the victim is a big problem.
The other big problem is the fact that this guy’s wife was really upset that he went to all that trouble to get a divorce, and his wife felt that it was a victory for her that the guy filed for a divorce. There’s a reason for this. If a man is in a position to file for divorce, why are you not filing for a divorce yourself? I think this is a great example of the power of social proof.