Post-Nuptial Agreement?


#1

Dear nextex:

Greetings. Yes, but they have some enforcability issues. Thanks

Janet L. Fritts
Attorney with Rosen Divorce
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#2
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[i]Originally posted by nextex[/i] [br]I would like to give my marriage one last shot (I've checked its pulse and its not quite dead from all the previous shots yet!). My husband also says he wants to reconcile. However, at this stage in the process I have a whole lot to lose. The only way I can consider reconciliation is if I have something that assures me he will not continue to see his mistress while we are husband and wife...and that if he does continue to see her that there is some actually penalty for doing so. I am so scared of reinvesting myself in this relationship and finding out I was a fool all along. Is there such a thing as a post-nuptial agreement that could protect me?

#3

I would love to take with Nextex. I have the same problem…I also have a husband that is on the internet always joining chat lines.He has made several profiles for men that are looking to meet woman.He is heavy into porn sites as well.Even with the mistress and myself, this man will tell me how much he loves and wants our life together. he will do the same with mistress telling her that he will divorce me. He than will go on all of these sites and look for and talk to anyone that will have him. Is there insurance for me if i take him back? Is the post-nup a safe way for me? Or is it just another chance to screw me over?


#4

Karen, why oh why would you want to stay with someone like that? He’s got a mistress? He gets online to meet other women? Have you lost your mind? I’d be afraid to take him back just based on the disease factor and what he might be carrying around! Honey, lose him and lose him fast.


#5

Really…I agree with my other soccer mom[:D] I went out with a guy who before he finished apologizing for the first he was with someone again (seven times total). I left him like the dirt he was…people that cheat almost cannot help it that is what makes it so sad…its kind of like gambling for them. But each person is there own person and do what you will!!!


#6

I would like to give my marriage one last shot (I’ve checked its pulse and its not quite dead from all the previous shots yet!). My husband also says he wants to reconcile. However, at this stage in the process I have a whole lot to lose. The only way I can consider reconciliation is if I have something that assures me he will not continue to see his mistress while we are husband and wife…and that if he does continue to see her that there is some actually penalty for doing so. I am so scared of reinvesting myself in this relationship and finding out I was a fool all along.
Is there such a thing as a post-nuptial agreement that could protect me?