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People Reveal Craziest Things Their Ex-Spouses Did To Them After Getting Divorced

Divorce is rarely pretty. Although it means that two people who no longer work together can go their separate ways and be happier alone or with someone else, it's a messy process. From custody arrangements to dividing assets, it's heartbreaking when two people have to take a life they've built together and split it in half. Of course, in an ideal situation, the couple tries to get the process done as amicably as possible, but we say most for a reason. Others, unfortunately, approach the divorce in the most spiteful, immature, and petty as possible. These Redditors who shared their experiences of the craziest things their ex-spouse did to them after getting divorced have left us shook—truly— and show us just how petty people can get. If you're looking to feel better about your divorce, read these stories of total crazy. You can thank us later!

people reveal the craziest things their ex spouses did after divorcing them | thumbnail text - TKHunsaker · 4d 4 3 2 My ex-wife told me I could leave my stuff in our house while I found somewhere else to stay. I assumed this was a good- will effort to keep things as amicable as possible between us. When I went to get my shit she had burned it all.
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Ex-Wife Tries To Ruin Husbands New Relationship By Lying About Their Divorce

Naturally, an Ex-anything has a negative connotation. They are a thing of the past and, usually, it is preferred that they stay there. But sometimes people are not so easily weeded out of our lives, and they come back to make things just about as difficult as they can. It can be extremely frustrating, but who are we if we don't have an antagonist in our life?

Ex-Wife Tries To Ruin Husbands New Relationship By Lying About Their Divorce| thumbnail text - r/relationship_advice u/ThrowRa_Adplz • 19h + Join 1 8 1 My (33M) ex wife (33F) who I divorced in 2018 is trying to ruin the first relationship I have attempted since the divorce by lying about how the divorce went down
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Man Charges Ex-Wife For Asking Him To Watch Their Kid On Her Custody Day

Getting divorced when you have kids adds an extra layer of 'complicated' to an already difficult situation, and custody arrangements can get tricky. When you're not living with the person you're co-parenting with, figuring out your schedules in advance is crucial for ensuring adequate childcare backup if something comes up. If you have to rely last-minute on your ex-partner to look after your child on a day you were supposed to have them, it can cause stress and pressure, especially if they have to reschedule things. One dad experienced something similar to this and posted his predicament on Reddit's Am I The A—hole. He explained how his ex-wife had asked him last-minute to watch their child on her day after failing to sort out adequate backup childcare, which meant he had to miss work. He lost money as a result, and so he asked his wife for the money to cover his losses.


Man Charges Ex-Wife For Asking Him To Miss Work And Watch Their Kid On Her Custody Day | thumbnail text - Posted by u/Agitated-Split-3862 1 day ago AITA for charging my ex to babysit our kid? Not the A-hole I have a custody and child support agreement with my ex for our 5F (Sumara) that has been unchanged for the past 3 years, since our breakup. Personally, I've never missed anything, never been late. I adhere to the agreement to the tee. I make sure everything else in my life will agree with ou
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Entitled Wife Fuming Because Her Husbands Ex-Wife Refuses To Get Rid Of His Name

A woman posted on the subreddit Am I The A-Hole wanting to know whether her former husband's new wife was unreasonable in requesting that she change her married name. The new wife texted the former wife asked her to revert to her maiden name, "Because we are married now, and I'm his wife. I should be the only one with his last name." The OP wrote that she and her ex, "have not been married for over 12 years. The reason I did not change my name is due to all my professional certifications and licenses. Ex and I agreed when we got divorced that it was too much of a hassle to change everything, and I would keep my last name the same to avoid the stress and headache of having to do that."

Of course, Redditers jumped to her defense and calling out the new wife for being unreasonable, as well as her former husband for indulging the nonsense. See what you think of this ridiculous woman.

former wife wants to know if she is obligated to give up her married name when new wife asks her to | thumbnail r/AmItheAsshole Posted by u/namechangethrowaway0 3 months ago 2 AITA not changing my name? Not hole So this just happened and not sure feel. My ex and divorced 12 years ago have two children and share custody have great coparenting relationship and have had zero issues with anything since our divorce. My ex met his now wife five years ago and get along good as well. She is good stepmom
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