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By brokeandalone - / Tuesday 30 July 2013 05:09 / United States
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By  jw90  |  18

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  LeonnJ  |  13

Definitely

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  Mobyman30  |  9

#4 I think what you meant to say was, "That dickwaffle really deserves a punch in the dick"

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brilliant! op turn him in for the agony and financial debt he caused u!!! 27--and true but he already confessed to leaving her for another woman so basically he's asking for a divorce.

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

Draining the account shouldn't be fraud (not a lawyer) as they're still married. However, if they don't live in a "no-fault" divorce she may be entitled to more than half of the marital assets since hubby ran off with someone else.

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  bjc216  |  6

Ummm unless its a joint account, using HER card that's under HER name is fraud as he is posing as her to use the card. He stole her identity and money, drained account or not.

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ya im truly sorry op. :( we've all experienced it..well most of us. it sucks but I know youre strong enough to continue on. have a great life!

By  ironichalibut  |  24

If everything was purchased with your money,from the bank, couldn't you claim that all that stuff is yours? Then you could start a new life in Florida. Edit: I guess 8 is right, it could be a joint account..

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