By jentown11 - 28/09/2009 15:14 - United States
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Agreed. I've been in a relationship like that. I wasn't married, so I just said, "Fuck you, it's over!". That went back and forth for a while, and then I walked away. Just leave him. Relationships are for when 2 people love each other/want to be together. Only 1 person wants it now.
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Commenting on my own message here. I recognize that there are some good reasons for leaving a spouse (such as abuse). However, if this is not the case here than I have no sympathy.
Not necessarily. Go to the courthouse, tell them you can't get a hold of him to serve him the papers. Then they will tell you to put an ad in the newspaper and let it run for some odd number of days, and if he doesn't contact the courthouse about the ad then they will give you a divorce. That is what my sister did.
Amendment. My above comment only applies to certain states. TX is NOT one of them. "Texas law recognizes only the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce: (1) the marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities that has destroyed the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation; or (2) living separate and apart without cohabitation for three years."