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ladyryan ladyryan 41-45, F 16 Answers Jul 14, 2012

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I would be direct...I'd say "I want a divorce" and then go into the reasons. I wouldn't leave any doubt that I wanted to end the marriage if that's what I wanted to do.

I'd suggest going to see a divorce attorney first, though, if you haven't already. They might advise you otherwise, and I'd follow the advice I got from a divorce attorney before my own instincts in something like this (as they deal with it all the time).

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I just asked this same question. In going over the answers here, I see that there's no "easy" way out.

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I agree with Dragon56 - make your list of reasons, then talk with a divorce attorney to get his advice, and follow that. Best of luck to you, Ladyryan.

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Rather than getting married, just buy a woman you don't like a house then you won't have to put up with all the emotional crap.

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I'm still trying to figure out exactly how this will go down.

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I got a flat, moved out and ignored all his calls until he threatened me with divorce. Exactly what I wanted. I was separated for 3 years and then the divorce was almost automatic. Very easy and cheap and now I am a happy woman without the pscho terror of an alcoholic.

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She had the sherrif serve me on our 15th anneversary

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Just lock him out he will get the message and you will keep the house. If you have or want to be unfaithful shame on you. If he has shame on him. Marriage vows are not to be taken lightly.

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"I'm sorry that I didn't mean any of my vows when I said them. I'm not going to stand by you until death do us part, and I'm not staying with you for better or for worse, or any of that. I lied."

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So every person who wants a divorce is an ******* and their spouses are perfect angels and it is always black and white and simplistic. Oh and I suppose you have never entered into something you later regretted and never made a mistake ever. And I suppose people never change or grow and remain exactly the same person they were when they made those vows. I would also point out that assuming all marriages involve Christian vows is a tad bit presumptuous and arrogant.

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Okay. Have a nice day, lol

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"Either you go or I'm going"

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