Very long story short. In late January my wife decided she didn’t love me but decided not to tell me this. But since she didn’t love me, she started treating me indifferently. I became frustrated and began to detach from our relationship but we still were connected enough to engage in sexual intercourse twice by March. In February, she began obtaining “free” personal training for 2.5 hours a day from a former bodybuilder and began talking to him on the phone for over 1.5 hours each day in addition to going to Starbucks with him (I did not find any of this out until recently). In April I also found a picture of this guy in her closet hidden and a friend told me she was drunk and dancing with him provocatively at a bar. In May, she tells me that she wants a divorce and the reason is b/c “we have grown a part” and she doesn’t like my hobbies (reading and running). She completely denies an affair but every infidelity “things to look for” list online fits her to a T. We have two kids (1 and 5) and am by her own definition, a super-great dad. She is a stay-at-home mom and I am the primary breadwinner.
- Is this enough evidence to pursue an “alienation of affection” case and since I don’t have a lot of money to pursue this, is this something I can file without a lawyers help?