“Dear Divorce Coach” Letters

Father’s Day Blues

Dear Divorce Coach: My wife and I are getting divorced. She definitely has a personality disorder and I just couldn’t take it anymore. We have three kids and I think they should only live with me. She takes good care of them but I don’t think she deserves to have them because she treated me so badly. The problem is that I don’t have enough money to fight for custody for very long. I can delay contributing to their college funds, though, and I think it may be worth using that money to give her what she deserves instead—punishment! Can you recommend a really aggressive lawyer to help?

2021-06-18T00:21:49-04:00June 18th, 2021|Dear Divorce Coach|

Steaming Mad Dad

Dear Divorce Coach: My wife and I are getting divorced. She definitely has a personality disorder and I just couldn’t take it anymore. We have three kids and I think they should only live with me. She takes good care of them but I don’t think she deserves to have them because she treated me so badly. The problem is that I don’t have enough money to fight for custody for very long. I can delay contributing to their college funds, though, and I think it may be worth using that money to give her what she deserves instead—punishment! Can you recommend a really aggressive lawyer to help?

2021-05-28T22:59:04-04:00May 25th, 2021|Dear Divorce Coach|

Empowering Yourself and Children in Your Divorce

Dear Divorce Coach: My husband and I are divorced, and we share custody of our two children, 10 and 13. I think the children have a right to know about my husband’s adultery. I am suffering a great deal because of his actions and they need to know who their dad is. I also don’t want them interacting with his affair partner who is now living with him. How should I tell them about their dad and convince them not to talk to the other woman who they seem to like a lot?

2021-05-25T15:29:27-04:00May 14th, 2021|Dear Divorce Coach|
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