Is it a threat or not?


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Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Law Firm

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I have actually tried to leave and he makes excuses for me to stay. He has control of the money! He has finally decided to move out so me and the kids don’t have to. I know how bad all of this sounds and I do appreciate the advise. I plan on working on myself during the separation to become a better person. I have never blame him for my actions, as in “you drove me to do it” or “it just happened”. The marriage was a sham from the start, we both just did not want to admit it. Thanks!