Q: My ex wife, asked me to take her back. Two months later, and nearly $800roughly, she tells me about her girlfriend.
She promised me my family could be together and that our kids could be sisters again. I live in Indiana. Idk what I can do. If anything. She's very abusive and I could list the things I've gone thru that I have proof of. I have text messages of her promising me, not me asking her to either, that she loves me and it would only be about us. I was manipulated. She had the same gf the entire time we were to be working on things with a clean slate. She's had no contact orderplaced on me and used them to black mail me in to helping her move, money, and rides places. I also have proof of her telling her daughter she should've aborted her and a video of a day she faked a nervous breakdown for nearly 14 hours. I want my money back sure, but more than anything I want her to face consequences for manipulating and lying constantly. Her mother and her father's dad gave had her thrown In psychwards due to suicide threats. Besides a no contact order, options? Is it legal to manipulate me like this?
I no longer practice law and am only finishing up a few cases so I cannot assist you, I can only state basic principles.
I don’t understand the “$800 later”. If you only put 800 out of pocket consider yourself lucky.
If you want to sue her fraud you probably could, but the cost would be well more than $800. If the 800 was child support I don’t see you getting that awarded back. And to what end. But you cannot undo a divorce. You’d remarry. Certainly you would NoT do that without a prenuptial agreement.
If you are serious about discussing this with an attorney, you could call Sue Kozlowski (219)663-2588 or Terri Tinder (219) 738-2211.
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